New figures show 5.9 percent of population has no health insurance

New Hampshire’s progress on insuring people previously without health insurance has apparently stalled the last two years, according to the latest Census report and data on the Affordable Care Act.

The Census data shows that the state was down to 5.9 percent uninsured in 2016, the 16th best rate in the nation, but it was a statistically insignificant improvement on the 6.3 percent recorded the previous year. And the state lagged behind most of New England. | More…

| NHBR

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