The plan, titled Solutions over Politics, seeks to stabilize the individual market while protecting plans for people with pre-existing conditions, keeping costs down for lower income folks, promoting enrollment and ensuring everyone pays their fair share.
267 former aides who worked for four congressional committees pivotal in approving new healthcare legislation are registered lobbyists for clients from the health sector or health insurance industry, according to the Center for Responsive Politics’ analysis of Senate lobbying data.
FRANCONIA – Adaptive Sports Partners of the North Country will host 38-year-old Lancaster business owner Peter Rizzo in his second attempt to join an elite group of wheelchair users who have pushed themselves up the 7.6 mile Auto Road unassisted.
CONCORD – With 42 hearing days already scheduled for Northern Pass Transmission to make its case before the Site Evaluation Committee, the project asked Friday for 15 more days to be sandwiched in during July, August and early September – and for evening sessions.
Exeter – With the neighboring states of Maine and Massachusetts having voted last November to legalize the sale and use of recreational marijuana, is it time for New Hampshire to do likewise? How is the Granite State’s medical marijuana program working out? How does all this relate to the criminal justice system?
By the end of the year, the North Country is expected to become part of the growing nationwide Village-to-Village Network, which is largely being created by seniors to help other seniors live independently.
More than 200 scientists and public health advocates are urging regulators to take a closer look at the potential dangers of antimicrobial chemicals including triclosan, an additive that has been banned from hand soaps but remains an active ingredient in products ranging from building materials to Colgate’s Total toothpaste.