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Rep. Annie Kuster in the Union Leader: Lowering prices while strengthening our economy

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https://www.unionleader.com/opinion/op-eds/rep-ann-kuster-lowering-prices-while-strengthening-our-economy/article_c2e41252-e147-5f5e-9b48-384f6a539b36.html IN NEW HAMPSHIRE and across the country, hard-working families have been facing high costs for essential goods. While we have seen prices at the pump drop for the 11th week in a row, folks continue to feel the impact at the…

Kuster, outdoor leaders discuss recreation projects

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PINKHAM NOTCH — Camp Dodge Regional Trails Training Center was the setting last Friday for U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster (D-Hopkinton) to speak with regional outdoor leaders about the increases in popularity of outdoor recreation and the demands put on the resources of the White Mountain National Forest during the pandemic era the past few years. Kuster, who represents the 2nd Congressional…

Nashua Telegraph: Kuster works to expand affordable housing in New Hampshire

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Nashua Telegraph: Kuster works to expand affordable housing in New Hampshire   CONCORD — On Wednesday, U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster (NH-02) met with David Orgaz of Better Homes & Gardens The Masiello Group to discuss the current housing market in New Hampshire and the future for Granite State homebuyers. During the meeting, Kuster and Orgaz discussed new data that projects…

The Conway Daily Sun: New $1.2m to WMCC to help boost rural college access

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The Conway Daily Sun: New $1.2m to WMCC to help boost rural college access   CONCORD — Recognizing the need to assist North Country families with the cost of higher education, New Hampshire’s congressional delegation announced Wednesday it had successfully worked on a bipartisan bill to increase funding for efforts to help students pay for community college classes at…

MSNBC: NH Rep. Annie Kuster: “There are Republicans that will that will be shocked”

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MSNBC: NH Rep. Annie Kuster: “There are Republicans that will that will be shocked”   New Hampshire Congresswoman Annie Kuster was one of the lawmakers “pinned down in the gallery” on January 6th. “It was moments, not minutes, between when we evacuated and when the insurrectionists came into the hallway we just crossed.” After attending the House Select Committee’s first…

The Berlin Sun: Plan dropped to close Littleton, Conway VA clinics

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The Berlin Sun: Plan dropped to close Littleton, Conway VA clinics   WASHINGTON —Members of New Hampshire’s Congressional Delegation lauded the end of a Veterans Affairs plan that called for closing its community-based outpatient clinics in Littleton and Conway, leaving no clinic in northern New Hampshire.  Many veterans in Coos County get medical services at the…

The Nashua Telegraph: Kuster presses Biden officials and infant formula producers about nationwide shortages, calls for immediate action to address shortfalls

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The Nashua Telegraph: Kuster presses Biden officials and infant formula producers about nationwide shortages, calls for immediate action to address shortfalls   CONCORD – During an Energy and Commerce Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee hearing, Congresswoman Annie Kuster (NH-02) questioned officials from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and major infant formula…

Bloomberg Government: HEALTH CARE BRIEFING: Covid Aid Spat Risks Future Pandemic Drugs

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Bloomberg Government: HEALTH CARE BRIEFING: Covid Aid Spat Risks Future Pandemic Drugs The protracted fight over approving $10 billion to combat Covid-19 has shaken the pharmaceutical industry’s confidence that Congress will keep buying new pandemic-fighting drugs and funding research. It’s crucial the government buy existing countermeasures while developing better treatments…

The Union Leader: Kuster leads push to for military health insurance to cover COVID tests

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The Union Leader: Kuster leads push to for military health insurance to cover COVID tests In a letter to the U.S. Secretary of Defense, Rep. Annie Kuster and 14 members of Congress asked that COVID-19 tests be automatically covered under the military’s health insurance program. Private health insurance companies have been required to cover at-home COVID-19 tests since…

WMUR: Reps. Kuster, Pappas support banning members of Congress from trading stocks

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WMUR: Reps. Kuster, Pappas support banning members of Congress from trading stocks MANCHESTER, N.H. — An effort to ban stock trading by members of Congress is picking up support from New Hampshire’s two House representatives. The Trust in Congress Act represents the nuclear option when it comes to stopping members of Congress from making money off the inside information they…