Kuster Hosts Nashua Fire Chief Brian Rhodes at Bipartisan Heroin Task Force Roundtable on Successful Treatment & Recovery StrategiesThe Bipartisan Heroin Task Force heard from experts in the substance use field—including Nashua, New Hampshire’s Fire Chief Brian Rhodes—about their work on the ground to treat people struggling with addiction and expand access to recovery services.
Congresswoman Annie Kuster (NH-02) met with educators, administrators and students at Plymouth State University’s Center for Young Children and Families (CYCF) to discuss PSU’s early learning STEM instruction initiatives.
In Concord, Kuster Discusses Federal Funding for Substance Misuse Services with State and Local LeadershipCongresswoman Annie Kuster (NH-02), the founder and co-chair of the Bipartisan Heroin Task Force, met with state and local leaders at the New Hampshire Medical Society to talk about the funding needs of New Hampshire and those on the frontlines of the opioid epidemic.
Congresswoman Annie Kuster delivered student-made holiday cards to residents of the New Hampshire Veterans Home in Tilton as part of her fifth annual Holiday Cards for Heroes program.
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(Washington, DC) – Today, Congresswoman Annie Kuster (NH-02), a vice-chair of “The By the People Project,” is highlighting the need for Congressional campaign finance reform and protection for American voters.
(Nashua, NH) – Today, Congresswoman Annie Kuster (NH-02) joined Nashua YMCA and Manchester VAMC leadership for the ribbon cutting celebration of the Nashua YMCA and Manchester VAMC collaboration to expand wellness offerings to Granite State veterans.
(Washington, DC) – Today, Congresswoman Annie Kuster (NH-02) released the following statement on reports that President Trump will impose the domestic gag rule on the Title X family planning program, restricting women’s access to comprehensive healthcare services.
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Hanover — During a joint town hall on Thursday night at the Richmond Middle School, U.S. Reps.
This article originally appeared in the Concord Monitor, June 6, 2004.