Friday - September 18, 2020
Public Policy Tipoffs Involving New Hampshire Newsletter for Sunday November 24, 2019 ( 3 items )  

Advanced Medical Technology Association Issues Statement on Legislation for Medicare Patient Barriers to Advanced Diabetes Technologies
WASHINGTON, Nov. 20 -- The Advanced Medical Technology Association issued the following statement by President and CEO Scott Whitaker on the introduction of the legislation in the Senate by Sens. Susan Collins, R-Maine, and Jeanne Shaheen, D-New Hampshire, to improve Medicare beneficiaries' access to innovative diabetes management technologies: "Advanced technologies such as insulin pumps and continuous glucose monitors are transforming the lives of people with diabetes, helping them to manage   more

FIRST Announces 2019 STEM Equity Community Innovation Grant Winners
MANCHESTER, New Hampshire, Nov. 21 -- FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) issued the following news release: * * * - Nine School Districts Receive Grants to Provide Hands-on Learning and Problem-Solving Opportunities to Underserved and Underrepresented Students - Expansion Grants to be Awarded to Two Previous STEM Equity Community Innovation Grant Recipients for Growth Efforts * * * FIRST(R), a robotics community that prepares young people for the future, today  more

New Greenpeace Poll Shows Majority of Early Voters Support Ending Fossil Fuel Production
ATLANTA, Georgia, Nov. 19 -- Greenpeace issued the following news release: The majority of voters in the early primary states of Iowa, Nevada, New Hampshire, and South Carolina support ending fossil fuel production [1], according to a new survey conducted by Civis Analytics on behalf of Greenpeace. Greenpeace commissioned the poll to capture voters' thoughts about climate change and environmental issues, specifically their perceptions on phasing out the extraction of fossil fuels. Key finding  more