In Major Repudiation of a Decade of GOP Attacks on American Health Care, Supreme Court Affirms Protections for People With Pre-Existing Conditions, Medicaid Expansion, and Health Care Coverage for More Than 20 Million Americans
A Webster, NH, couple who pursued town government wrongdoing is being recognized as this year's Nackey S. Loeb School of Communications' First Amendment Award honorees. Tara Gunnigle and Jon Pearson will be saluted by the communications school on Tuesday, November 9, with U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney, R-Wyoming, as featured speaker.
The McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center will host activities and presentations from the University of New Hampshire at Manchester’s NoMADS project in a monthly series running through June 2022. Team Cooke’s Novel Methods of Antibiotic Discovery in Space (NoMADS) is sending an experiment to the International Space Station through NASA STEM on Station’s Student Payload Opportunity with Citizen Science (SPOCS). Members of the team will run family activities and formal presentations connected with their research and project development for visitors to the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center, including a look at bacteria in petri dishes and hands-on engineering challenges.
U.S. Representative Liz Cheney (R-Wyoming) will be the featured speaker at the Nackey S. Loeb School of Communications’ 18th First Amendment Awards. Cheney, Wyoming’s sole Congressional representative, is vice chair of the House Select Committee investigating the January 6 riot at the Capitol. The event will be held in the late afternoon, on Tuesday, November 9, at St. Anselm College’s Institute of Politics.
Today, State Senator Tom Sherman (D-Rye) and advocates joined Protect Our Care NH for a virtual press event to highlight the health and economic provisions in the Build Back Better reconciliation legislation, currently before Congress, that will benefit and improve the lives of Granite Staters. The bill will further extend the Child Tax Credit and lower costs and expand access to quality, affordable health care in New Hampshire, among other child care and home care provisions included in President Biden’s Build Back Better proposal.
New Hampshire Public Health Association Welcomes Joseph Lascaze to 2021-2023 NHPHA Board of Directors
The New Hampshire Public Health Association (NHPHA) is pleased to announce that it has welcomed Joseph Lascaze, the Smart Justice Advocate for the American Civil Liberties Union of New Hampshire, to its Board of Directors for a two-year term.
Racial inequity is pervasive within the American health care system, and high prescription drug costs are no exception. Nearly 30 percent of individuals taking prescription medication struggle to afford the cost, with the burden most severely impacting those who make less than $40,000 a year and have medication costs over $100. These factors disproportionately impact Hispanic and Latino individuals, who are more likely to require medications for chronic health conditions, and earn household median incomes nearly $20,000 less than non-Hispanic white counterparts, resulting in reduced ability to pay at the pharmacy counter.
Rep. Kuster and Health Care Advocates Join Protect Our Care on the Nationwide “Lower Costs, Better Care” Bus Tour to Demonstrate the Urgent Need to Lower Prescription Drug Costs for all Granite Staters
Protect Our Care Releases New Report As Part of Lower Rx Summer
Today, community activists and physicians joined Congressman Chris Pappas in a virtual forum on how prescription drug costs are hurting the New Hampshire economy and families. The event was organized by Protect Our Care NH.
The McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center will co-coordinate a community science investigation of extreme heat in New Hampshire. Partnering in New Hampshire with the League of Conservation Voters and Harris Center for Conservation Education, among others, the nation-wide project is led by the Boston Museum of Science, Northeastern University, SciStarter, and Arizona State University and funded by NOAA