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  • May20

    Nashua Telegraph Guest Commentary on Senator Ayotte's PAST Act

    Thankfully, Sen. Kelly Ayotte, R-N.H., has stepped in on behalf of these animals. Partnering with Sen. Mark Warner, D-Va., she introduced the Prevent All Soring Tactics Act to close loopholes in existing federal law and finally stop this abuse.

  • May20

    Nashua Telegraph: Ayotte voices support to renew the Trade Promotion Authority

    "I fully support renewing Trade Promotion Authority in order to increase American trade and create jobs in New Hampshire, and I'm hopeful the Senate will approve the bill this week," Ayotte said in a statement.

  • May18

    Associated Press: Sen. Ayotte backs drug-exposed newborn legislation

    Ayotte, a Republican, is co-sponsoring several pieces of legislation related to drug addiction treatment, including one that would direct the federal government to develop a strategy to help infants diagnosed with newborn withdrawal. At a discussion she led at Catholic Medical Center, hospital officials told her that the number of infants born at the hospital after being exposed to drugs in the womb has more than doubled to 7 percent in the last year.

  • May12

    Nashua Telegraph: IRS policy runs counter to logic

    New Hampshire U.S. Sen. Kelly Ayotte, R-Nashua, sent a letter to the IRS commissioner last week, asking him to take a harder look at the issue. "Tax-related identity theft victims have been through enough, and the least the IRS can do is to provide them with copies of their fraudulent returns so that they may secure their personal identity, " Ayotte wrote to Commissioner John Koskinen. "While I understand that the agency has privacy concerns, victims deserve to know the extent of their identity theft, including what personal information has been compromised, in order to take action to protect themselves and their families."  

  • May11

    Union Leader: Growing success, woman to woman

    U.S. Sen. Kelly Ayotte, R-N.H., stopped by the conference and said she was inspired by all the women she met who were starting their own businesses and creating jobs in New Hampshire.

  • May11

    Nashua Telegraph: 'Drug czar': Past time to tackle abuse

    U.S. Sen. Kelly Ayotte, a Nashua Republican, has put forth multiple bills aimed at preventing addiction through proven, effective strategies and expanded education efforts for teenagers and parents. "What New Hampshire is experiencing unfortunately is not unique, and our focus is here in New Hampshire," Ayotte said during the forum, "but I can assure you that this issue in our nation's capital is rising to the forefront."  

  • May11

    Portsmouth Herald: Ayotte advocates for upgrades to shipyard barracks

    "This is a real immediate issue," Ayotte said outside of Gate 2 in Kittery. "It's unacceptable for our sailors to stay in the barracks in the conditions they're currently in."

  • May11

    WMUR: Bill would streamline benefits process for families of fallen officers

    Ayotte and Shaheen met Friday in Bedford with public safety officials from across the state as they expressed their concerns about the bureaucracy families often face in retrieving survivor benefits. They said the process can take years. Ayotte said the bill she and Shaheen are supporting would streamline the survivor benefits process and ensure that a federal tax is not part of the equation.  

  • 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."

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