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 it was reported in the Washington Examiner that as many as 7 million veterans could lose access to tax credits for their health insurance under the Republican bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act.
(Washington, DC) – Today, Congresswoman Kuster (NH-02) joined ninety-five of her Democratic colleagues in urging Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (R-WI) to submit the revised American Health Care Act (AHCA) to the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) for a new score following revisions to the bill made by Congressional Republicans last night.
(Washington, DC) – Congresswoman Annie Kuster (NH-02) released the following statement on President Trump’s proposal to eliminate the Northern Border Regional Commission (NBRC). The NBRC is critical in helping spur economic growth and community development projects in New Hampshire’s North Country and throughout rural parts of the Northeast:
Congresswoman Kuster’s two amendments to improve protections for whistleblowers within the VA were approved by the House
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