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WASHINGTON (CN) – Had they known that the Trump administration’s zero-tolerance immigration policy would involve separating families, a high-ranking government official told lawmakers Thursday that neither he, nor anyone he knew at other federal agencies, would have endorsed it.
President Donald Trump delivered his second State of the Union address Tuesday night.
There was plenty of applause throughout his speech, but one moment in particular drew a bipartisan standing ovation.
"We also have more women serving in Congress than at any time before," Trump said.
U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski (R-IN) on Jan. 23 sponsored a bipartisan bill to aid United States military members in seeking treatment for sexual trauma.
“This bipartisan bill will help survivors of military sexual trauma by expanding eligibility for travel benefits when they need to travel long distances to receive care,” said Rep. Walorski.
Listen. Hear it?
That’s not the sound of President Trump’s wall being built, nor is it cheers from Democrats celebrating the end of that idea and the beginning of their vision, of new technology, drones, more personnel and heightened security at points of entry.
CLAREMONT, N.H. —
New Hampshire Rep. Annie Kuster met with survivors of sexual assault Friday, to discuss the impact the partial government shutdown is having on federal funding.
"Everybody's lives are in jeopardy. It's scary," said one survivor who did not want to be identified.
MANCHESTER, N.H. —
New Hampshire’s two members of the U.S. House have been assigned to committees with oversight roles addressing transportation, veterans affairs, energy and health care in the 116th Congress.
MANCHESTER, N.H. —
New Hampshire lawmakers are speaking out on the floors of the U.S. House and Senate about the effects that the ongoing government shutdown are having on Granite Staters.
Cornish — New Hampshire’s congressional delegation introduced legislation on Thursday to redesignate Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site as a national historical park.