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Republicans in the NH Senate Who Expanded “Expanded Medicaid”

On Saturday I referenced the passage of expanded Medicaid out of the State Senate. The new Bradley-Care Bill, SB313, complete with a new and improved five-year plan (instead of two, cue the Soviet national anthem) got the yeah votes of every … Continue reading

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How Medicaid Expansion Immediately Raids the General Fund

The bill reauthorizing Medicaid expansion passed the state Senate on Thursday when half of the 14 Republicans joined all 10 Democrats in voting to extend the Obamacare entitlement program for five years. This is why the #Headdesk Twitter hashtag was … Continue reading

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New Hampshire Senate OKs measure to extend Medicaid expansion under uncertain Obamacare

After a couple of hours of debate, the Senate has voted to move forward with Senate Bill 313, which would rewrite and reauthorize one of the key state-controlled provisions of the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, in New … Continue reading

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A Short History of Entitlement Abuse and Healthcare Deception in New Hampshire

If you’d like to browse through a detailed overview of New Hampshire’s history of entitlement abuse, then I’ve got the article for you. It starts like this. Today, the New Hampshire Senate began a public debate about reauthorizing Obamacare Medicaid expansion. … Continue reading

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NH bill would change work requirements for food stamps, welfare

Lawmakers last year enacted new provisions requiring able-bodied Medicaid participants to work between 20 to 30 hours per week, depending on how long they’d been covered. The state is seeking a federal waiver to allow that change, but in the … Continue reading

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NH Republicans plan to copy Kentucky Medicaid work requirement plan

CONCORD, N.H. —Top Republican lawmakers at the New Hampshire State House said they will be modeling their new work requirement for Medicaid on a similar plan that just won approval in Kentucky. | More at WMUR

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NH Committee to Decide on Spending Tax dollars for Gender Reassignment

The Joint Legislative Committee on Administrative Rules (JLCAR) will consider at its October 19 meeting a rule proposed by the state Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) that would make “gender reassignment” a covered service for minors and adults … Continue reading

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