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An Overview of the New Hampshire Health Protection Program

On Thursday, March 27, 2014, Governor Maggie Hassan signed into law SB 413, which created the New Hampshire Health Protection Program.  SB 413 was sponsored by Senators Chuck Morse, Sylvia Larsen, Jeb Bradley, Peggy Gilmour, Bob Odell, and Lou D’Allesandro and uses three approaches to extend affordable health insurance to low-income Granite Staters:

  • the Health Insurance Premium Program;
  • the Bridge to Marketplace Premium Assistance Program, and;
  • the Marketplace Premium Assistance Program.

The table below summarizes each of these approaches along with other key provisions of the legislation.

 

Key Provisions of the 2014 Health Protection Program as Enacted

 

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Low and Moderate Income Homeowners Property Tax Relief Applications Due June 30

17 Jun 2019

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The Low and Moderate Income Homeowners Property Tax Relief program is a rebate program operated by the State of New Hampshire’s Department of Revenue Administration that provides a relatively small amount of property tax relief to homeowners with limited incomes. Eligible homeowners must earn $20,000 per year or less for a single homeowner or $40,000 per year or less if a person is married or a head of a household. Applicants have until June 30, 2019 to apply for a rebate.