"I thank my colleagues for joining together in a bipartisan fashion to place the needs of our military readiness and security above partisan politics by unanimously passing my amendment to protect important military installations, like the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard.”
“The bipartisan Strengthening Fishing Communities and Increasing Flexibility in Fisheries Management Act is a crucial and common-sense step to ensuring the needs of New Hampshire’s fishermen, the fishing industry and the environment are both balanced and met. These substantial reforms will increase transparency and provide for a stronger domestic seafood industry while creating new jobs in this vital industry."
"Reforming our mental health system is a cause both near and dear to my heart. As the primary caretaker of a family member battling a mental illness, I know firsthand how our current system is failing those with these illnesses and also where there are opportunities to strengthen our system."
"That was never authorized by Congress," Guinta said. "In my view, (the NSA) overstepped the legislative authority given to them by Congress."
"This bipartisan legislation ensures that key programs which are critical in managing ocean fish populations - and the fishermen and communities that depend on them - will receive increased and sustainable funding. I will not stop working on behalf of our state’s fishermen to ensure that our government is helping – not hindering – this industry."
“Heroin and other illicit drugs are now killing more Granite Staters than traffic accidents, bringing into clear focus New Hampshire’s heroin emergency. This is unacceptable, and must be dealt with immediately."
Dear Granite Staters,
No state better understands the importance of townhalls than the Granite State. As your representative to Washington, I appreciate every opportunity to listen to your concerns, receive your feedback and collaborate with you to create common-sense solutions that address the issues preventing job and economic growth in our state and nation.
WASHINGTON. D.C. – This week, Congressman Guinta joined a bipartisan group of legislators in support of H.R. 3115 – the Enhancing Safety at Military Installations Act – to repeal the ban on military personnel carrying firearms on bases and recruitment facilities.
Over time, our nation’s representative democracy has faced many challenges; however, we have never backed down and we have always remained resilient. As Americans we believe deeply in the principles upon which our nation was founded. And, those principles and actions of our Founding Fathers still ring true three hundred plus years later.
WASHINGTON. D.C. – Congressman Frank Guinta will be hosting a town hall Monday, July 20th. These are vital to the legislative process and serve to update Granite Staters on his work in Washington while receiving important feedback.