Committee members and witnesses shared best practices with local stakeholders fighting the opioid epidemic, and highlighted ways to reduce addiction among veterans and civilian community members
Kuster Holds Regional Briefings as Co-founder of the Bipartisan Task Force To Combat the Heroin EpidemicAs co-founder of the Task Force, Kuster is fighting for a number of initiatives in Congress to help end the heroin epidemic, including increased funding and expanded access to care for those seeking help
Kuster's "Promoting Travel, Commerce, and National Security Act” would help Granite State businesses grow, while at the same time increasing security at our borders
As part of her commitment to helping create jobs and opportunity for middle class families, Kuster hosted a jobs fair in Plymouth to connect local residents with employment opportunities
Congresswoman Kuster held a town hall forum to discuss agricultural jobs and other issues facing Granite State farmers at the Grafton County Farm in North Haverhill
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(Washington, DC) – Today, Congresswoman Annie Kuster (NH-02) promoted bipartisan legislation that would help families pay for the high costs associated with drug treatment. The Addiction Recovery through Family Health Accounts Act (H.R.
(Groveton, NH) – This afternoon, Congresswoman Annie Kuster (NH-02) released the following statement in response to NSA Industries’ announced plans to expand to the Groveton Mill site, bringing as many as 60 jobs to New Hampshire’s North Country. For years, Congresswoman Kuster has led the effort to redevelop the mill to spur job growth and economic development in Coos County and throughout no
(Washington, DC) – Today, Congresswoman Annie Kuster (NH-02) welcomed the Food and Drug Administration (FDA’s) decision to improve its labeling regulations, and in a letter to the FDA, called for further improvement to warnings that appear on opioid medications. Earlier this year, Congresswoman Kuster introduced Carl’s Law (H.R.
(Concord, NH) - U.S. Congresswoman Annie Kuster (NH-02) released the following statement on the signing of the Survivors' Bill of Rights Act of 2016 into law by President Obama:
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