"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."
Fishing Rule Adopted by Commerce Department Following Pressure From NH Fishermen and Congressman Guinta"While I’m happy the Commerce Department implemented this vital rule, I know there’s much more that can be done to eliminate the suffocating regulations and rules which continue to burden our state’s vital economic engine. I will not stop working on behalf of our state’s fishermen to ensure that our government is helping – not hindering – this industry.”
“Granite State fishermen deserve the resources necessary to assist with their jobs, cope with government mandates and increase their revenue. This is one of many of my bipartisan solutions to help alleviate the challenges our state’s fishermen face.”
Dear Granite Staters,
Memorial Day is not only a day to remember our fallen heroes; but, it is also a day to give thanks. Our nation’s servicemembers, veterans and fallen heroes are the reason our country remains, “the land of the free and home of the brave.”
To the veteran working at Sig Sauer Academy, thank you.
WASHINGTON. D.C. – Congressman Frank Guinta released the following statement following the passage of the Fiscal Year 2016 National Defense Authorization Act, an authorization bill considered by Congress every year to set funding levels for the military to continue its operations and remain a global leader:
WASHINGTON. D.C. – Congressman Frank Guinta released the following statement following his opposition to H.R. 2048, the USA Freedom Act, which passed the House this evening:
WASHINGTON. D.C. – This morning, Congressman Frank Guinta (NH-01) and Congresswoman Annie Kuster (NH-02) hosted a mental health summit to announce draft legislation the two Representatives are planning to introduce jointly in order to improve mental health care across the country.
I’ve heard from countless Granite Staters regarding their concerns with the government infringing on their privacy rights and civil liberties.
Whether it be through the seven townhalls or four telephone townhalls I've held, I've heard your concerns and understand how important of an issue this is for the Granite State and for the rest of the nation.