What the Local Government Center’s Reorganization Means to Communities (And Taxpayers)


This New Hampshire Public Radio Broadcast features Bernstein Shur Attorney Andru Volinsky.

The on-going fight between the state of New Hampshire and one of the nation’s largest insurance risk pool managers is an important one, with millions of dollars of taxpayer money at stake.

It’s also incredibly complicated.

As the Local Government Center implements changes ordered by a hearing officer even as it appeals the ruling to the state’s Supreme Court – we thought it would be a good time to bring everyone up to speed on the basics of the case, and why it matters.

In Case You Missed It: The Basics Of The LGC Case -

The non-profit Local Government Center offers legal help, administrative workshops, and advocacy services for cities, towns, and school districts. It also manages risk pools for these groups. The idea is, if public workers and retired public workers from different communities band together as a massive group, they can get better rates from insurance companies.

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