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Topic - Kelly Ayotte
A World War I veteran from New Hampshire is being remembered with a Purple Heart.
The reliable, maneuverable, and yes, quite fabulous A-10 Thunderbolt has protected many in its close-air support role since it was introduced in 1975. Now the formidable Air Force gunship is getting a little protection of its own on Capitol Hill. Behold, now in flight, it's the unofficial A-10 Caucus, composed of squadron of Republicans and a single Democrat.
New Hampshire's U.S. senators want more money to go toward the Low Income Home Heating Assistance Program for Fiscal Year 2015.
New Hampshire's U.S. senators are speaking out against the Department of Defense's call for a new Base Realignment and Closure round.
The Obama administration is failing to seize on a rare strategic chance, presented by Russia's increasingly aggressive military posturing around Ukraine, to expand the U.S. missile defense footprint in Eastern Europe.
A U.S. senator leading a bipartisan delegation to Afghanistan called on President Barack Obama Saturday to announce a decision on his plans for future troop levels in the country on the assumption a much-delayed security pact eventually will be signed with Kabul.
New Hampshire Sen. Kelly Ayotte is meeting this week with government and military officials in Ukraine and Israel as part of a congressional delegation mission.
New Hampshire Sen. Kelly Ayotte will buy a "Nothing Can" to help boost awareness of the New Hampshire Food Bank's fundraising campaign.
U.S. Sen. Kelly Ayotte (AY'-ott) of New Hampshire will be in in Louisville next week, invited by the University of Louisville McConnell Center.
Sen. Kelly Ayotte said Sunday President Obama needs to make it clear to Russian President Vladimir Putin to stay out of the crisis in Ukraine.
New Hampshire Sen. Kelly Ayotte is addressing business leaders on her efforts in Washington to create a positive climate for businesses to compete and create jobs.
Fresh off winning a repeal of retirement-pay cuts for current and former military members, veterans groups say they now want to go back and cancel the cuts for future service members too, saying that the budget can be balanced without targeting veterans.
New Hampshire Sen. Kelly Ayotte is visiting a Merrimack company that builds automation systems for medical devices to learn more about concerns over a new tax.
New Hampshire is getting nearly $3.4 million in federal Low Income Home Energy Assistance Funds.
Military leaders called for a review of the cost-of-living adjustment cuts in last month's budget deal on Tuesday, but said Congress had "ample time" to find a fix, contradicting the urgency being stressed by some lawmakers and many veterans groups.
"The establishment of VA health care sites in Berlin and Colebrook will help address health care access challenges that veterans in the North Country have faced for far too long," Ayotte said, adding, "I will also continue to urge the VA to establish expanded contractual services with a North Country partner to provide inpatient care."
Sen. Kelly Ayotte said, "we find inspiration in the extraordinary examples of recovery and resilience that have come to define the true spirit of 'Boston Strong.'