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  • Apr23

    Shaheen, Ayotte Announce New Hampshire Military Service Academy

    U.S. Senators Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) and Kelly Ayotte (R-NH), both members of the Senate Armed Services Committee, invite New Hampshire students interested in attending any of the country's military service academies to attend New Hampshire Military Service Academy Day on Saturday, May 9 in Concord.

  • Apr23

    Ayotte Supports Confirmation of Loretta Lynch as Attorney General

    "Ms. Lynch is a well-respected U.S. attorney with a proven record and significant experience handling difficult cases. After meeting with her and reviewing her qualifications, I believe she is clearly qualified and has the necessary experience to serve as Attorney General, and I will support her confirmation. While I continue to have concerns with President Obama's unilateral immigration actions, I have received written assurance from Ms. Lynch that she will respect both the current court injunction barring implementation of the president's November 2014 executive action as well as whatever final decision results from the federal judicial system's review process."

  • Apr22

    Senate Adopts Bipartisan Brown, Ayotte Amendment to Protect Rape Victims, Help Them Terminate Attackers' Parental Rights

    "I'm pleased the trafficking bill includes our amendment to encourage states to adopt legal standards whereby victims can more easily petition for the termination of their attacker's parental rights, enabling mothers to better protect themselves and their children."

  • Apr22

    Senate Passes Ayotte-Backed Bill to Help Victims of Trafficking

    "As a cosponsor of the Justice for Victims of Trafficking Act, I'm glad the Senate voted overwhelmingly to pass this important legislation that will help victims of these terrible crimes in New Hampshire and across our nation. Our bipartisan bill will help ensure that victims of trafficking receive the services they need to help rebuild their lives and strengthen law enforcement tools to crack down on traffickers," said Ayotte. "I'm also pleased that the bill includes an amendment I offered with Senator Brown that encourages states to pass laws allowing rape victims to more easily petition for the termination of their attacker's parental rights, enabling mothers to better protect themselves and their children."

  • Apr22

    Ayotte, Kloburchar Lead Women Senators in Urging U.S. to do More to Protect Syrian Women and Girls

    "We are proud that the United States is the single largest donor of humanitarian aid for those affected by the Syria crisis, with total assistance now more than $3 billion, but we believe the U.S. and the international community can do more to protect Syrian women and girls. It is vital that we work to assist women and girls in their efforts to repair and reform their society. This can be done by strengthening meaningful participation of women and girls in humanitarian response programs, and ultimately, by finding a political solution to the conflict that ensures women have a more active role in a political process and expands the role of local women's civil society groups," the senators wrote.

  • Apr21

    House Passes Bennet-Ayotte Better Buildings Act, Heads to President's Desk

    "I'm pleased the House passed this bipartisan legislation, which includes our Better Buildings Act to boost energy efficiency in commercial buildings," said Ayotte. "This is a commonsense measure that would incentivize commercial tenants to voluntarily implement cost-effective measures to responsibly reduce energy consumption, and I'm hopeful the president will quickly sign this bill into law."

  • Apr17

    Blumenthal, Ayotte, Murphy, Esty Introduce Resolution Recognizing Need for Increased Access for People with Disabilities at Federal Facilities

    "Americans with disabilities deserve equal access to federal facilities, and I support this resolution to improve access to these facilities and ensure that individuals with disabilities are able to engage as equal members of society," said Senator Ayotte.

  • Apr16

    Ayotte-Cantwell Introduce Bipartisan Bill to Reduce Outdated Tariffs on Outdoor Apparel

    "New Hampshire's economy relies on the outdoor recreation industry, which generates $4.2 billion in consumer spending in our state each year," said Senator Ayotte, a member of the Senate Commerce Committee. "This legislation would lower costs for outdoor enthusiasts and companies that sell outdoor recreational apparel, ensuring that they can continue to thrive and create jobs."

  • Apr15

    Bipartisan Group of Senators Push for Equity in Law Enforcement Act

    "Our law enforcement personnel put their lives on the line every day to keep us safe, and this bipartisan legislation would extend the same survivor benefits to the families of those heroes who make the ultimate sacrifice while serving at private institutions of higher education and rail carriers," said Senator Ayotte.

  • Apr15

    Senator Ayotte Receives MOAA Congressional Leadership Award

    "I am humbled and honored to receive this award. Our brave men and women in uniform have selflessly put their own lives on the line to protect our nation, and it is my privilege to fight for the benefits they have earned," said Senator Ayotte, a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee. "I was honored to work to reverse the COLA cuts, and I'll continue to fight to ensure we keep our promises to those who have defended our nation."

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