On the heels of SB 4 passing the legislature and the Trump Administration Trying to Invalidate the ACA, Granite Staters Tell Sununu to Wake Up and Protect Their Healtchare, State Economy
New Survey From Public Policy Polling Comes As U.S. House Prepares to Consider Legislation to Protect People with Pre-Existing Conditions As White House Threatens To Veto Those Efforts
Today, the New Hampshire House of Representatives voted 213-137 in favor of SB 4, relative to the group and individual health insurance market. This legislation would codify into state law protections for people with preexisting conditions and essential health benefits.
Protect Our Care shows New Hampshire’s rural residents face a reduction in health care coverage and access on a number of fronts
The Trump Administrations’ all out war on health care and protect Our Care New Hampshire’s Rural Report shows it’s time for Governor Sununu to step up
Protect Our Care New Hampshire’s Health Care Rural Report Shows Governor Sununu Needs to Support SB 4 and Call out Washington Republicans for Sabotaging Health Care
PROTECT OUR CARE Re: Senate Republicans’ New Bill is a Pre-Existing Conditions Sham
New Hampshire residents showed up in force to demand Governor Chris Sununu protect the Affordable Care Act. Granite Staters called on Governor Sununu and the Attorney General join 21 other states which have filed litigation to protect the Affordable Care Act (ACA) against the Trump Administration's lawsuit to dismantle the ACA in the courts. Granite Staters also called on Governor Sununu to sign SB 4 and HB 233 to codify pre-existing condition and essential health benefit coverage into state law to protect Granite Staters should the ACA ever be repealed or overturned.
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Despite a shortened enrollment period, 44,930 New Hampshire residents signed up for a plan for 2019 through the Health Insurance Marketplace between November 1, 2018 and December 15, 2018, according to Covering New Hampshire. Some were either renewing coverage obtained during the 2018 open enrollment, or getting healthcare coverage for the first time.