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A new bill in the U.S. House could provide $63 billion for substance abuse treatment.
Rep. Annie Kuster, D-New Hampshire, introduced the Turn the Tide Act on Tuesday.
The bill would provide flexible funding over 10 years to support long-term efforts in the fight against the opioid crisis nationwide.
I am inspired by the incredible energy and enthusiasm of people across our country – especially young people – who are standing up to demand progress on climate change.
CONCORD, N.H. —
A bipartisan bill that would create a $1 coin honoring the Concord teacher who died aboard the space shuttle Challenger is one step away from becoming law.
Congresswoman Annie Kuster (NH-02) met with one of Jaffrey’s largest employers Tuesday, to discuss struggles with workforce recruitment and water source access.
MilliporeSigma in Jaffrey manufactures filtration devices used in the pharmaceutical industry, and employs about 950 people – and is growing.
LANCASTER — U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster convened nine specialists from both the public and private sectors to participate in a climate change forum focused on forestry and outdoor recreation. The panel moderator was Rob Werner, N.H. state director of the League of Conservation Voters.
CONCORD — The Health Care Emergency Bus Tour stopped in Concord Tuesday long enough for U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster (D-N.H.) and local advocates to detail what’s at stake in the Texas lawsuit to overturn the Affordable Care Act.
CLAREMONT — Congresswoman Annie Kuster (D- District 2) held a federal funding workshop at the Makerspace Wednesday morning to introduce Claremont area organizations, communities and businesses to federal, state and local grant and loan opportunities to support economic development throughout the region.
LEBANON, N.H. —
Representative Annie Kuster (D-NH-2) visited visited Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center on Monday as part of her district-wide health care listening tour.
One major part of providing rural health care is Dartmouth Hitchcock's Advanced Response Team (DHART), which is celebrating its 25th year serving Vermont and New Hampshire.
Ninety percent of women serving time at New Hampshire State Prison are dealing with addiction, officials say.
While incarcerated, they have access to medication, peer support and other recovery programs.
Nature has always thwarted farmers’ plans. But the changing climate makes things even less predictable.
That was one of the messages of a forum featuring U.S. Rep. Ann M. Kuster in Keene Tuesday, which focused on small farmers’ responses to climate change.