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  • Aug4

    Concord Monitor: On Small Business Tour, Ayotte Affirms her Support for Resurrecting Import-Export Bank

    "This is very important to have for smaller businesses like (Boyle), because otherwise they wouldn't be able to get the financing that they need," Ayotte said during a roundtable discussion with company president and CEO Mike Boyle and Provident Bank President Chuck Withee.Boyle agreed, saying reauthorization of the bank is critical to helping his company expand and hire more New Hampshire residents.

  • Aug4

    Portsmouth Herald: Ayotte Stresses Support for Ex-Im Bank During Visit to Westinghouse Electric

    "This is critical, both for small businesses like the one we visited in Concord this morning, and for large companies like Westinghouse," said Ayotte. "The world is looking more to nuclear energy. We are trying to reduce emissions, including carbon and this seems to be the answer. I am only talking energy, not anything military. In addition, Ex-Im returns money to the treasury, helping reduce the budget deficit."

  • Jul31

    CBS This Morning: Female Senators Upending the Old Boys' Club

    "You see girls at a young age saying, 'Hey, I can do that.' Whether it's being CEO of a company, top athlete, whether it's being a United States senator, whether it's being the president of the United States, whatever it is, I think that young girls are looking at things very different, and we need to keep that moving forward," said Senator Ayotte.

  • Jul29

    Portsmouth Herald: Ayotte invites O'Connor to speak on Portsmouth Naval Shipyard's 'excellence'

    "Portsmouth Naval Shipyard's innovative practices have improved performance and reinforced the shipyard's reputation as the Navy's center of excellence for fast attack submarine maintenance, modernization, and repair. Based on his decades of experience, Paul has played a key role in that effort, and I look forward to hearing his testimony," Ayotte said.

  • Jul14

    Portsmouth Herald: New Tankers on Schedule to Arrive at Pease in 2017

    "I will continue to highlight the strategic importance of Pease to our nation's military capabilities and readiness, and am grateful for the opportunity to discuss the base with today's nominees," Ayotte said after the hearing. "I am pleased that General Selva and General McDew confirmed that Pease is on track to receive 12 KC-46As in December 2017 and agreed that maintaining sufficient ramp space at Pease is important."

  • Jul12

    Nashua Telegraph: Lawmakers look to expand manufacturing

    "I think the bill that we've put together, if we can get it passed, would be something that would allow this program to be exactly what it's designed for and also additional programs like this," Ayotte said. "The job opportuni­ties are there."

  • Jul10

    Union Leader: Ayotte Tours TRM Microwave, discusses manufacturing legislation

    "(The legislation) would allow universities to compete for this designation, and there would be some additional resource opportunities for those manufacturing designated universities to focus on what's the best way for us to marry the education system with this advanced manufacturing that we're seeing in companies like this," Ayotte said. "That's why UNH has supported the legislation, and they see it as a step in the right direction."

  • Jul9

    Portsmouth Herald: EPA orders Air Force to treat contaminated wells at Pease

    U.S. Sens. Jeanne Shaheen, D-N.H., and Kelly Ayotte, R-N.H., who fought for and secured monies so anyone exposed to the contamination could have their blood tested, applauded the order. "We welcome today's order requiring the Air Force to immediately begin restoration of the Haven Well and to mitigate the potential for further contamination. We hope the Air Force will take this opportunity to dedicate the necessary resources and finish not only the investigation surrounding the well's contamination, but also the priorities outlined by the EPA in this order," they said in a joint statement Thursday.Additionally, in a letter sent today to Air Force Secretary Deborah James, Ayotte and Shaheen renewed their request for the Air Force to take affirmative steps to identify and notify service members and civilians who may have been exposed to chemicals while stationed at Pease.  

  • Jul8

    Union Leader: Sen. Ayotte renews call to strengthen border security

    "This tragedy reinforces the importance of simultaneously pursuing strict enforcement of our current immigration laws while continuing to further secure our Southern border," Ayotte wrote in her letter. "Such efforts include doubling the number of border patrol agents on the Southern border, doubling the amount of fencing along the border, and continuously improving and deploying border surveillance and security technology. To further these goals, we must understand cases such as this one. We must answer hard questions so that we can remedy dangerous deficiencies and oversights in our current enforcement regime."

  • Jul1

    Nashua Telegraph: Ayotte joins Greater Nashua leaders to discuss challenges of opioid addiction

    Ayotte said she would bring the concerns raised to Washington where she is working on several pieces of legislation that would address some of the issues raised. "This is not just an epidemic in our state. This is really a national issue," she said. "There are some places we can help on the federal level."

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