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  • Sep15

    Nashua Telegraph: US Drug Czar Attends Nashua Discussion

    "The role of organized crime is unprecedented" in traffick­ing heroin from Mexico to New York where gang members trans­port it to New England or "home grown" traffickers bring heroin or heroin laced with the potent narcotic fentanyl here, Riley told U.S. Sens. Kelly Ayotte, R-N.H., and Jeanne Shaheen, D-N.H., at a field hearing of the Senate Home­land Security and Governmental Affairs Committee held at St. An­selm College.

  • Sep14

    Union Leader: NH Senators Host Field Hearing on Heroin

    "Hopefully, we can get additional policy solutions when we work together from the federal perspective, and put together support for federal legislation," said Ayotte, who was fresh off a weekend ride-along with the Manchester Police Department, in which officers responded to two heroin overdoses in a 90-minute period.

  • Sep9

    Union Leader: Kelly Ayotte to vote against Iran nuclear deal

    "I believe this agreement has many flaws," Ayotte said in an interview with the New Hampshire Union Leader. "The agreement is not one that will protect our national security."

  • Sep4

    Hudson-Litchfield News: Heorin public forum offers tools and expertise to combat drug crisis

    "I have seen the devastating effects of this crisis firsthand, and I have led multiple pieces of bipartisan legislation to increase treatment, prevention, and education efforts; improve support for those in recovery; and make sure first responders have the resources they need," said Senator Ayotte.

  • Sep2

    Foster's Daily Democrat: Sen. Ayotte Tours Local Manufacturers

    "When you think about how diverse it is, it really is tremendous," Ayotte said. "These are good, high-paying jobs and we need to support them."Ayotte is currently working on two bills she said would help manufacturing. One is the Manufacturing Skills Act with Sen. Chris Coons of Delaware, a bill that would create an annual $100 million competitive grant to support initiatives that strengthen the manufacturing workforce and address regional skills challenges.

  • Sep1

    Berlin Daily Sun: Delegation Hears from Veterans on Choice Card Program

    Over 80 veterans attended the forum at White Mountains Community College hosted by Shaheen and U.S. Senator Kelly Ayotte and U.S. Congresswoman Ann Kuster.

  • Aug31

    Union Leader: New Approach Sought for Selling Manufacturing Jobs to Young People

    "I really believe that the parents want something better for their children and as a result we've kind of pushed toward this idea that a four-year education is the American Dream," Wells said. "Unfortunately, this four-year education as we well know leaves our workers saddled with debt."She said welding graduates often get three to five job offers each with one recent grad making $35 an hour plus full benefits in Seabrook."It sounds almost like we need a national marketing campaign," including using social media, Ayotte said.

  • Aug31

    Union Leader: Steel Beam from World Trade Center on its Way to Portsmouth

    Portsmouth police officer Seth Tondreault also became involved in the effort and asked Steve Monier, the law enforcement liaison for Sen. Kelly Ayotte's office, for some help. With Monier's assistance, Portsmouth eventually made it on a waiting list, but soon learned that there was a dwindling supply of artifacts, Levesque said.  

  • Aug31

    The White Mountain Record: Remembering the Old Man

    "The Old Man was so special to New Hampshire," Ayotte said. "And that's why this project is critical to the heritage of our state."

  • Aug31

    Portsmouth Herald: World Trade Center Artifact Coming to Portsmouth

    Levesque said many volunteers, local business people and elected officials worked to obtain the beam and bring it to Portsmouth. She said in early 2013, she asked officer Seth Tondreault if he would assist because he's "an energetic can-do person. He reached out to Steve Monier, the law enforcement liaison for Senator Ayotte's office for help," Levesque said. "Steve did quite a bit of leg work on our behalf."  

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