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$1 billion at stake if anti-abortion law passes, state officials warn

April 6, 2012


Nashua Telegraph, April 6, 2012 by Kevin Landrigan CONCORD – The state’s Medicaid program could lose $1 billion in federal support if the Legislature outlaws public spending for any health provider directly or indirectly performing abortions, state officials warned Thursday. Much of the four-hour public hearing was ideological jousting between supporters and opponents of abortion […]

Public funding for abortion up for debate in NH

April 5, 2012

0, April 5, 2012 by Holly Ramer CONCORD, N.H.—Supporters of ending public funding for centers that provide elective abortions argued Thursday that doing so would give women an “upgrade in service at no additional cost,” while opponents said it could cost the state millions of dollars. Under a bill before the Senate Health and Human […]