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Congresswoman Ann McLane Kuster

Representing the 2nd District of New Hampshire

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Apr 30, 2020 In The News

NASHUA – Two issues continue to threaten people’s lives and prevent the economy from reopening – access to testing and personal protective equipment.

Apr 24, 2020 In The News

Over the past two months, New Hampshire and the nation have faced an unprecedented challenge with the spread of the novel coronavirus. The public health and economic consequences of COVID-19 have sent shockwaves throughout the Granite State.

Apr 16, 2020 In The News

The state’s congressional delegation is urging the U.S. Department of Labor to help state employment security agencies, including in New Hampshire, deliver unemployment checks as quickly as possible.

Apr 7, 2020 In The News

PROPOSAL FOR FUNDS FOR SMALLER COMMUNITIES. The $2 trillion Phase 3 coronavirus relief bill known as the CARES Act, passed nearly two weeks ago, provides direct community stabilization funds only to cities and counties with populations of 500,000 or more.

Mar 25, 2020 In The News

Could Seacoast municipalities postpone property tax collection for residents or create their own programs to get cash in the hands of small businesses? Local cities and towns say they’re exploring ideas like these to help mitigate the local impacts of COVID-19 shutdowns.

Mar 20, 2020 In The News

New Hampshire will receive $28.1 million in federal funding in 2020 to continue its efforts to combat the substance abuse crisis, Sens. Jeanne Shaheen and Maggie Hassan announced Friday.

Mar 18, 2020 In The News

Could Seacoast municipalities postpone property tax collection for residents or create their own programs to get cash in the hands of small businesses? Local cities and towns say they’re exploring ideas like these to help mitigate the local impacts of COVID-19 shutdowns.

Mar 6, 2020 In The News

The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is an evolving situation, and there is much that scientists and doctors still need to learn about this new virus. But we also know it can be hard to sort through all the information – and misinformation – so we wanted to share a few of the top things that public health professionals believe all Granite Staters should know about this issue.

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