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Lebanon — Hundreds of thousands of low-income renters in rural areas throughout the country could see a steep increase to their housings costs, if a bill sponsored by U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster, D-N.H., is not approved, Kuster said in announcing the bill on Friday.
CLAREMONT — A bipartisan bill aimed at spurring trade and travel between the United States and Canada could be on a track to success, according to U.S. Rep. Ann Kuster (D-NH).
CONCORD — Members of a Congressional subcommittee learned of alternatives to opioids as treatment within Department of Veterans Affairs medical centers Friday and discussed ways to expand and improve methods both within the VA and for civilians affected by the opioid epidemic.
WASHINGTON, DC - U.S. Rep. Ann McLane Kuster, D-NH, held her 10th telephone town hall last night and according to her office, more than 8,000 people called in to hear her speak about the Granite State’s heroin epidemic.
During the call, according to Kuster, she heard a number of personal stories of constituents who have been affected by the heroin crisis.
Members of the public will get U.S. Rep. Ann M. Kuster’s ear Wednesday for a discussion about New Hampshire’s heroin crisis during a telephone town hall.
U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster co-sponsored new legislation this week designed to amend a flaw in the Affordable Care Act that indirectly incentivizes doctors to prescribe excessive opioids for pain relief.
When it comes to the opioid epidemic in Keene, the desire to solve the problem is there. But a variety of obstacles have made the goal difficult to reach.
This was the main message the 11 representatives from the city — including staff, emergency responders and health care professionals — voiced Wednesday in the auditorium of Cheshire Medical Center/Dartmouth-Hitchcock Keene.
U.S. Rep. Ann McLane Kuster, D-NH, applauded the announcement on Dec. 15, 2015, that the New Hampshire Department of Justice has been awarded nearly $400,000 to strengthen the justice system’s response to sexual violence, according to a press statement.
Over Thanksgiving, our bipartisan delegation had the privilege of visiting Afghanistan to honor our troops and to receive briefings on security, the political transition in Afghanistan and counter-terrorism initiatives. On Thanksgiving Day, we ate with the soldiers and got to meet with service members from our home states.
As the Representative for New Hampshire’s Second District, it is my responsibility to look out for the best interests of my constituents. This is a responsibility that I do not take lightly.