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May 20, 2013 In light of the fact that the Senate Finance Committee is in the home stretch of developing its version of the state budget and is therefore meeting all day nearly every day this week including Friday, the NH CARES meeting normally scheduled for this Friday morning has been canceled. The vast majority [...]
At the 4/12/13 NH CARES meeting members identified the following NH General Court bills of interest: SB87 – Prime Sponsor – Peggy Gilmour – Bill clarifies that general patients’ bill of rights doesn’t apply to home health care. Specific home health care version applies. Bill also allows Homecare agencies to discharge a client with little [...]
Click link below for materials from NHFPI’s presentation on the House budget from 3/29/13 NH CARES meeting: NHFPI Handouts for NH CARES 3.29.13
The NH legislative session and a new biennial state budget process are in full swing. Come to this website for up to date information, current developments, and tips for how you can get involved to help ensure that NH’s safety net of vital services for our most vulnerable citizens is maintained.
NHFPI has assembled a number of reports, fact sheets and other information about Medicaid and the proposal to extend Medicaid to low-income adults. The NHFPI Resource Page now features both parts of the Lewin Group report, their own analysis, basic facts about Medicaid and other materials. They also provide links to other organizations involved in [...]
The poorest New Hampshire taxpayers pay more than three times as much in state and local taxes as the state’s millionaires relative to their incomes, according to a new report from the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy. ITEP, a non-profit, non-partisan research organization, released today the fourth edition of its report “Who Pays? A [...]