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Aging and End of Life

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New Hampshire's population is getting older—only Maine has a higher median age. An older population confronts policymakers with a host of issues from decisions about end-of-life care to the stability of the state's retirement system. See how elected officials are addressing these problems and how the state is working to attract younger workers to work or even move here.

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