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U .S. Reps. Annie Kuster and Chris Pappas each went out on a limb on Friday.
Actually, they went out on a rope, as they took part in the United Way’s Over the Edge fundraiser at the Brady Sullivan Tower.
What more could the federal government do to help Cheshire County fight the opioid epidemic and meet local health care needs? That was the topic Monday, as Congresswoman Ann M. Kuster stopped by the county jail and nursing home to meet with county leaders.
MANCHESTER, N.H. —
The four members of New Hampshire’s all-Democratic congressional delegation expressed deep concern over President Donald Trump’s comments that he would not rule out accepting damaging information about his 2020 rivals from a foreign government.
For Rep. Annie Kuster, traveling to France to attend the 75th-anniversary ceremonies commemorating D-Day hit close to home.
Her late father, Malcolm McLane, was on patrol during D-Day and received a Purple Heart for his service in World War II.
I will never forget running outside into the cold dark night. I was a freshman college student at a dance with friends. It was a wonderful party until a young man assaulted me in a crude and insulting way. I felt scared and alone.
U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster, D-N.H., highlighted the issue of toxic chemicals in New Hampshire’s drinking water in Washington on Wednesday.
Kuster spoke at a hearing about the impact contamination from the chemicals is having on communities near some industrial plants and military bases.
People in New Hampshire and across the country have made it clear – they are tired of the partisan attacks on their healthcare. They want Democrats and Republicans to work together to improve access to affordable healthcare and protect those with preexisting conditions.
WASHINGTON – Chemicals from Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics caused problems for the Merrimack water supply, so New Hampshire officials hope new legislation will help limit their future output.
WASHINGTON — Returning to a central issue of the 2018 campaign, House Democrats on Thursday passed legislation to reverse Trump administration rules that allow expansion of health care plans that do not have to comply with the Affordable Care Act’s mandated coverage of pre-existing medical conditions.
FRANKLIN — At the April 19 Meet Your Representative event at Franklin VNA & Hospice, Congresswoman Annie Kuster dove immediately into the specifics of each bill she was asked about, and it was clear that Kuster is versed in the healthcare needs of her constituents and the challenges they face to access care.