Deadline to renew health plans for Granite Staters extended
"New Hampshire will allow health insurers, if they choose, to renew coverage for consumers and small businesses who would like to keep their current plans," said Sevigny. "We will monitor the effects of this transitional measure, as we still have concerns about the potential long-term impact on health insurance markets."
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