(CONCORD) The Josiah Bartlett Center for Public Policy, New Hampshire’s leading free market think tank, announced today the election of Gordon MacDonald as Secretary and Peter Clark as Treasurer. The Center Board of Directors unanimously chose MacDonald and Clark for the positions at its most recent meeting.
“Gordon MacDonald and Peter Clark bring incredible talent and dedication to the Josiah Bartlett Center for Public Policy,” said Chairman Rich Ashooh. “We are thrilled to have such outstanding individuals step up to take greater responsibility with New Hampshire’s leading free-market think tank.”
(CONCORD) Lawyers representing the State of New Hampshire and some of its largest hospitals will be back in court on December 8th as they continue their legal battle over state cuts in Medicaid reimbursement rates. According to Gordon MacDonald, an attorney representing ten hospitals in Dartmouht-Hitchcock v Toumpas,
Merrimack County Superior Court Judge Stephen McAuliffe will hold a hearing on the legal issue involved in the case on December 8th, and take evidence from the plaintiff hospitals on January 10th.
(MADISON, WI) The Wisconsin Supreme Court has cited the decision in New Hampshire’s JUA Lawsuit as it rejected a similar attempt by state government to seize the funds in a medical malpractice account.
(CONCORD) Policy holders of the Joint Underwriting Association today filed a petition in Merrimack County Superior Court seeking to force state authorities to disclose the amount of surplus funds in the disputed JUA account. The 62-page petition argues that despite the New Hampshire Supreme Court’s ruling in Tuttle V New Hampshire, Governor John Lynch and Insurance Commissioner Roger Sevigny have failed to tell policy holders the size of the current surplus, declare a dividend, and refund the excess as required by law.