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New temporary federal initiative can save eligible households up to $50 monthly on high-speed internet bills
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AARP New Hampshire, working in collaboration with the NH Department of Health & Human Services, is committed to raising awareness about new information regarding the COVID-19 vaccine distribution plan in the Granite State.
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AARP New Hampshire, working in collaboration with the NH Department of Health & Human Services, is committed to raising awareness about new information regarding the COVID-19 vaccine distribution plan in the Granite State. The following includes information for NH citizens in vaccination Phase 1B (age 65 and older) and Phase 2B (age 50-64):
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AARP New Hampshire is focused on a number of state budget issues to support older adults, and it needs your help. The office is seeking volunteers who are passionate about long-term care issues and aging in place and who would like to help move these and other legislative priorities forward. 
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AARP NH, working in collaboration with the NH Department of Health & Human Services, will update you regularly on new information about the COVID-19 vaccine distribution plan in the Granite State.
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We know Granite Staters have lots of questions! The State of NH has assembled a list of frequently asked questions and answers.
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When it comes to the coronavirus vaccine, Granite Staters just want to know the facts. How much does it cost, and where and when can I get the vaccine? We can help you cut through all of the confusion and just get the facts you need to decide if you want to get the vaccine.
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“The scene at the U.S. Capitol on January 6 is unlike anything we have ever witnessed or could imagine.  The insurgents that caused destruction to the U.S. Capitol and disrupted the Electoral College vote count must be prosecuted to the full extent of the law.
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