Posts filed under: Health Care

Doug Watt, Rights & Democracy member from Nashua, on why we need Medicare for All: Our healthcare system is broken.  ‘ObamaCare’ did not fix it, only delayed a badly needed and painful reckoning, by removing some of the worst abuses...
We are in the final days of the Senate’s budgeting process and this may be our last opportunity to influence them and fix the education funding crisis. No one plays a bigger role in drafting the budget than Senate leadership...
When we launched the New Hampshire People’s Platform on the first day of the 2019 legislative session, we pledged to work on issues that a majority of Granite Staters care about, including affordable health care, a stronger public education system,...
At a CNN town hall on Monday night, four members of Rights & Democracy pushed presidential candidate Sen. Amy Klobuchar on issues that matter to all of us. “Why can’t we have Medicare for All?” asked Pam Clark of Westmoreland,...
Gov. Chris Sununu’s administration is seeking to impose the harshest Medicaid work requirement in the country—resulting in hundreds, if not thousands, of Granite Staters losing their health care. We can help stop this from happening, but we need to act...
The 2018 session of the New  Hampshire legislature convened January 3, and there are several bills aimed at creating universal health care plans in the Granite State and acknowledging that access to health care is a human right. If you support...