WASHINGTON. D.C. – Congressman Frank Guinta will be hosting two town halls next week, one in Conway and the other in Campton. These are vital to the legislative process and serve to update Granite Staters on his work in Washington while receiving important feedback.
“Today, the House demonstrated its ability to effectively govern by reversing an 11-year trend of kicking the can down the road and offering short patches instead of dealing with the underlying problems with the Sustainable Growth Rate’ or SGR. A promise made is a promise kept to our seniors; and, today the House took an important step to protect and preserve Medicare for current and future beneficiaries."
“Today, the House acted to pass a responsible, common-sense spending blueprint that addresses the drivers of our $18 trillion debt. This budget balances in less than 10 years, provides for a strong national defense, and restores the more than $700 billion cuts from Medicare while strengthening this vital program for our seniors."
"I will continue to fight for a patient-centered approach that protects those with preexisting conditions, restores billions in Medicare cuts, supports our small businesses and allows children to stay under their parents’ coverage until the age of 26.”
“We urge you to grant a Major Disaster Declaration for New Hampshire as soon as possible in order to ensure that our state and towns have access to the resources and assistance they need to fully recover from this emergency.”
"It is imperative for the Commerce Department to take action on this proposed catch quota immediately to prevent any further devastating blows to our state’s fishing industry. While this amended catch quota is a step in the right direction, there’s still much more that can be done to free our fishermen from the heavy hand of government regulation. I will not stop working towards eliminating regulations and rules which continue to burden our state’s vital economic engine.”
WASHINGTON. D.C. – This week, the House Financial Services Committee approved 11 bipartisan bills designed to help strengthen the economy and consumer choice by relieving community banks and credit unions from some of the harmful regulatory burden imposed by Washington.
WASHINGTON. D.C. – Today, the House of Representatives passed H.R. 2 – the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act – a bipartisan bill to strengthen Medicare and establish the most significant structural entitlement reform in nearly two decades:
WASHINGTON. D.C. – Congressman Frank Guinta released the following statement today following the passage of a budget for Fiscal Year 2016: