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  • Apr27

    Union Leader covers Senator Ayotte's US OUTDOOR Act

    Brands such as Eastern Mountain Sports, Timberland and NEMO are synonymous with outdoor recreational activities that include hiking, camping and canoeing. But they're also a big part of the New Hampshire economy. The state not only relies on the money hikers, campers and boaters spend when they vacation in the state. It also has a big stake in the companies that sell them their gear. That's why Sen. Kelly Ayotte, R-N.H., last week joined Democratic Sen. Maria Cantwell of Washington State in introducing the OUTDOOR Act, which would eliminate outdated tariffs on imported high-performance outerwear.  

  • Apr16

    Pearl Harbor victim coming home at last

    "I am glad that the Department of Defense has agreed to honor the wishes of family members, like the family of 3rd Class Fireman Edwin Hopkins of Swanzey, who have waited years for the remains of their loved ones to be identified and returned for proper burial," Sen. Ayotte said. "These fallen heroes and their families deserve to be treated with the utmost dignity, care and respect, and I am honored to have worked with defense officials on their behalf."

  • Apr10

    Nashua police, EMTs back Ayotte’s anti-overdose measure

    Two leading emergency response organizations on Thursday formally endorsed legislation, sponsored by U.S. Sen. Kelly Ayotte, that offers better protection to individuals who administer opioid overdose prevention drugs.

  • Apr8

    A Dodd-Frank fix: Ayotte pursues one

    Ayotte is sponsoring a bill to fix that by exempting small banks from some Dodd-Frank regulations. The longer it takes for such reforms to pass, the fewer banks we will have.

  • Mar31

    US Sen. Ayotte tours Nashua YMCA

    Ayotte supported a bill last March updating the 1996 Child Care and Development Block Grant program (CCDBG). Grant money would be funneled to benefit programs serving qualifying low-income families that needed child care assistance. It was signed into law in November 2014. The extension of the 1996 law, Ayotte said, is "important for their childcare. It allows working families who can't afford child care support. The Y is a big recipient of that. Obviously, he uses it very well and effectively."  

  • Mar26

    Shaheen and Ayotte to IRS: Provide paper tax forms to public

    "With almost twenty percent of Granite Staters personally filing paper returns, the IRS' decision not to provide printed tax forms defies common sense and places an undue burden on low-income and elderly taxpayers in our state," Ayotte said, in a statement.

  • Mar26

    Ayotte calls for 2 new submarines annually between '16 and '20

    "The readiness of the U.S. attack submarine fleet depends on skilled workers, like those at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, which was the first shipyard to perform depot-level maintenance on the Virginia Class submarine," Ayotte said.

  • Mar18

    Congress should have a say on final Iran deal

    It was Congress - in overwhelming bipartisan votes over the administration's initial objections - that led the effort to impose tough sanctions on Iran, which brought Iran to the negotiating table. Without Congress's leadership, it is unlikely that the administration would have anyone with whom to negotiate.

  • Mar8

    Bill improves confidentiality for sexual violence victims

    Advocates for victims of sexual violence in New Hampshire praised a bill co-sponsored by U.S. Sen. Kelly Ayotte, R-N.H., that improves confidentiality for victims on college campuses and strengthens fines on schools that don't comply with federal standards.

  • Feb26

    Senators call for reward in ISIS killings

    "Terrorists around the world must know that if they kill Americans, we will hunt them down," Ayotte said. "We continue to mourn the loss of James Foley, Steven Sotloff, Peter Kassig, and Kayla Mueller, and this legislation honors their memory and reflects our unwavering commitment to bring their murderers to justice."

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