Kuster Sworn in for Historic Third Term as U.S. Representative for New Hampshire’s Second Congressional DistrictKuster will be serving her third term, a first for a Democrat in the seat. Congresswoman Kuster serves on the House Veterans Affairs Committee and is the lead Democrat on the Subcommittee on Oversights and Investigations.
Congresswoman Kuster, a member of the House Agriculture Committee, gathered dairy farmers from around New Hampshire to discuss the challenges that are facing the dairy industry.
Congresswoman Kuster took to the House floor to honor the incredible courage and strength of Chessy Prout, who was sexually assaulted by an upperclassman at her boarding school when she was 15 years old.
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(Washington, DC) –Today, Congresswoman Annie Kuster (NH-02) released the following statement on Dr. Omid Moghimi’s reunion with his wife, Dorsa Razi, an Iranian citizen who traveled to the United States after President Donald Trump’s executive order on immigration was blocked.
(Concord, NH) – Congresswoman Annie Kuster (NH-02) released the following statement on UNH’s new tuition-free program for full-time New Hampshire students:
(Concord, NH) – This morning, Congresswoman Annie Kuster (NH-02) introduced legislation aimed at increasing STEM learning in early education during a visit to the Child and Family Development Center at NHTI-Concord’s Community College.
(Washington, DC) - Today, Representatives Annie Kuster (NH-02) and Carol Shea-Porter (NH-01) are demanding answers behind the dramatic price increase of naloxone injector Evzio from $690 to $4,500 for a pack of two. Kuster and Shea-Porter joined more than 70 of their colleagues in asking Kaléo Pharmaceuticals, the developer of Evzio, for an explanation behind the dramatic price increase.
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