Congresswoman Ann McLane Kuster

Representing the 2nd District of New Hampshire
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Apr 6, 2018 Catching up with Annie

Dear Friend, 

I wanted to share with you a piece I wrote in the Nashua Telegraph last week on the opioid crisis and its far-reaching impact on New Hampshire's economy and communities across our state. I also address our state's need for more funding to help us combat this epidemic: 

Apr 5, 2018 Press Release

WASHINGTON – Senators Jeanne Shaheen and Maggie Hassan, and Representatives Annie Kuster and Carol Shea-Porter today announced more than $2.5 million in federal grants to strengthen transportation infrastructure in Nashua and Southeastern New Hampshire.

Apr 5, 2018 Press Release

(Concord, NH) - Congresswoman Annie Kuster (NH-02), the founder and co-chair of the Bipartisan Heroin Task Force, released the following statement on the U.S. Surgeon General’s advisory encouraging more Americans to carry the overdose reversal drug Naloxone:

Apr 4, 2018 Press Release

**In letter to House Appropriators, Kuster and MacArthur advocated for robust NIH funding to address the opioid epidemic**

**Program made possible by influx of federal resources to tackle the opioid crisis**

Mar 29, 2018 Press Release

In observance of Women’s History Month, Congresswomen Annie Kuster (NH-02) and Jackie Walorski (IN-02) today introduced a resolution honoring the life and legacy of Anna Mae Hays, the first woman to achieve the rank of general in the United States military.

Mar 29, 2018 Press Release

(Concord, NH) - Congresswoman Annie Kuster (NH-02), a member of the House Committee on Veterans' Affairs, released the following statement on the firing of Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin:

Mar 28, 2018 Press Release

Today, Congresswoman Annie Kuster (NH-02), a member of the House Committee on Veterans' Affairs, released the following statement on President Trump's signing of the State Veterans Home Adult Day Health Care Improvement Act of which she was a co-sponsor. This bill would allow state veterans homes to provide qualifying veterans with quality in-home care services. 

Mar 27, 2018 Press Release

**Shaheen, Hassan, Shea Porter & Kuster call for set-aside fund to go towards a “short and targeted list” of hardest hit states and establishment of a $10 million minimum for states on this list**

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In The News

Aug 22, 2013 In The News
Congresswoman Ann McLane Kuster (D-NH) visited the Bridge House Shelter Tuesday to discuss homelessness and the many other issues veteran service members face. Kuster’s visit to the shelter was part of her ongoing effort to combat veteran homelessness and military sexual assault, platforms close to her own heart. Kuster has spent her time in office co-sponsoring and proposing bills to address these issues and working to reduce the backlog of disability benefit claims filed through Veterans Affairs, a problem that has been plaguing the department for years.
Aug 22, 2013 In The News
U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster visited them Tuesday, as part of her three-day tour across the northern part of the state to different veterans’ facilities. Kuster, a Hopkinon Democrat and a member of the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs, is the daughter of a pilot who flew in World War II, and she said she wants to end homelessness among veterans and find permanent dwellings for each and every man and woman who’s served the country.
Aug 22, 2013 In The News
U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster is highlighting her opposition to an Internet sales tax bill with an upcoming stop on her North Country listening tour.
Aug 19, 2013 In The News
With 50 years of service at the Boston Air Route Traffic Control Center, employee Patricia Clark is receiving a tremendous honor. President Barack Obama recently signed into law a bill that authorizes the facility on Northeastern Boulevard in Nashua to be renamed the Patricia Clark Boston Air Traffic Control Center.
Aug 19, 2013 In The News
U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster is heading to northern New Hampshire to focus on economic development and access to affordable health care for veterans. Kuster is spending three days in the North Country next week, starting Tuesday with a veterans’ roundtable in Gorham. She'll also be making stops at a veterans’ center in Colebrook and touring businesses in Errol and Littleton.
Aug 15, 2013 In The News
Judy Atwood-Bell is speaking out as a rape survivor, hoping to be the voice for veterans who have suffered similar sexual assaults. The New Hampshire resident and veteran of the U.S. Army shared her personal struggles during a roundtable discussion Tuesday at Nashua Community College.
Aug 15, 2013 In The News
With his Salem-based firm continuing to grow, Donald Tyler, managing director of Corfin Industries LLC, said it’s been increasingly difficult to find qualified help these days. The company, a leading manufacturer of component preparation services to a variety of industries, has more than 90 employees.
Aug 15, 2013 In The News
It was only 22 years ago that Corfin Industries — a growing local aerospace and defense contractor — opened for business with just a handful of employees. Now, the Raymond Avenue company is up to 90 employees and doing business around the world, producing electronic components for everything from high-powered missiles to medical devices.
Aug 14, 2013 In The News
Ending sexual assault in America’s armed forces will require making a big change in the military culture, experts said Tuesday. Those experts also agreed that it won’t be easy. “Culture change can take 10, 20 years,” said Jill Rockey, director of the Crisis Center of Central New Hampshire and a former Detective Sergeant for the New Hampshire State Police. “It’s not just prosecutions, not just therapies … it’s changing the culture.”
Aug 7, 2013 In The News
Kuster, who has co-sponsored a House resolution that opposes the Chained CPI method used to figure COLAs, said she will continue to speak out on the issue in Washington and fight for senior citizens. “I am determined to stop this,” she said. “It makes it much more difficult for seniors to make ends meet.”

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