The newsletter of the New Hampshire Center for Public Policy Studies
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Papers of Interest
Healthcare 101 - Facts About Healthcare in New Hampshire
The Obama administration and Congress are considering legislation to overhaul the US healthcare system, perhaps passing a bill before the August recess. The Center has developed this snapshot to provide general background on U.S. healthcare spending, with detail for New Hampshire where available. It shows how much we spend, what services the funds are spent on, and how much of the spending comes directly from consumers.
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Policy Points informs you about our current research topics, including highlights of the important policy discussions going on in and around the State of New Hampshire. Any links to other websites do not necessarily represent an endorsement of that organization by the New Hampshire Center for Public Policy Studies.
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