The new president of the New Hampshire chapter of the AFL-CIO is being sworn in for a four-year term. The New Hampshire chapter is the largest labor federation in the state, representing more than 26,000 workers in both the public and private sectors from more than 40 unions.
The new president of the New Hampshire chapter of the AFL-CIO is being sworn in for a four-year term. Glenn Brackett, started in his new position Wednesday, He succeeds President Mark MacKenzie, who headed the labor organization for 26 years.
Diane Munroe was on her way to a doctor's appointment Thursday when she heard the welcome news that she'll be able to keep her health insurance. Munroe is among 30,000 New Hampshire residents who were at risk of losing the tax subsidies they get to help pay their insurance premiums because the state did not set up its own health insurance exchanges under President Barack Obama's health care overhaul.
Americans receiving government subsidies for health insurance policies purchased through the federal exchange expressed relief Thursday following a Supreme Court ruling upholding the assistance. Diane Munroe of Concord, New Hampshire , heard the news on her way to a doctor's appointment.
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