Congress and the administration have a lot of work to do in protecting taxpayer dollars, judging from a new report from the nonpartisan
On April 5, please join UNH Law, Health Law and Policy Programs, The Concord Coalition, and The Warren Rudman Center for Justice, Leadership and Public Service for a discussion of the nation's health care system, including federal, state and community responses and strategies to address cost growth.
8:30-9:00 AM Registration
9:00-9:30 AM Keynote Presentation: U.S. Senator Maggie Hassan of New Hampshire
9:30-11:00 AM Panel discussion
Joseph Antos - Wilson H. Taylor Resident Scholar in Health Care and Retirement Policy at the American Enterprise Institute
Trish Riley - Executive Director of the National Academy for State Health Policy and President of its corporate board
John McDonough - Professor of Public Health Practice, Dept. of Health Policy & Management at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and the Director of the Center for Executive and Continuing Professional Education
Moderated by Lucy Hodder, Professor of Law, Director of Health Law and Policy, UNH School of Law
Seating is limited. Please register by April 3, 2019. Coffee and pastries provided.
This event is sponsored by a generous grant from the Peter G. Peterson Foundation.
Hampton Democratic Committee Members and Guests Only
Concord's New Hampshire State Director, Tyler Sweeney to conduct a Debt Busters budget exercise with Hampton Democratic Committee members.
President Donald Trump claimed Feb.
The slowing growth of the U.S.
Social Security benefits for more than 67 million Americans will increase 2.8 percent next year, the federal government a
Concord’s National Field Director, Phil Smith, will speak to the Atlanta Electrical Contractors Association. He will deliver Concord’s federal budget Chart Talk presentation. The event will take place at The Georgian Club in Atlanta.
For more information, contact Phil at 404-354-7445 or at [email protected].
Attendance is open to members and guests of the association.
“People are arguing about spending bills and they do involve a lot of money and they are important, but the stealth spending spree ...