• Guinta Statement on Bipartisan Passage of Student Loan Bill

    "Our economy depends on an educated and motivated workforce; and, a good education presents an individual with economic opportunity and mobility. The overwhelming bipartisan passage of H.R. 529 is a common-sense approach towards ensuring that the dream of higher education is always within reach.”
  • Guinta Fighting to Resolve Top Concerns Heard at Townhalls

    “The top two concerns I heard from constituents during last week’s townhalls echoed the apprehensions I’ve heard from Granite Staters since I took office earlier this year. First and foremost, our economy remains stagnant while the cost-of-living increases and take-home pay decreases. Secondly, families and small businesses continue to grapple with offsetting the harmful effects of the President’s healthcare law."
  • Guinta to Host Town Halls Tonight and Tomorrow

    WASHINGTON. D.C. – Congressman Frank Guinta will be hosting two town halls this week, one in Manchester and the other in Laconia. These are vital to the legislative process and serve to update Granite Staters on his work in Washington while receiving important feedback. These town halls represent the second and third of this term.
  • Kuster, Guinta Introduce Legislation to Stop Cuts to Veterans Choice Card Program

    “Our state has one of the highest veteran populations per capita in the nation; and, it gives me great honor to stand side-by-side with Rep. Kuster in introducing a common-sense bipartisan and bicameral piece of legislation to finally make permanent such a vital program to ensure our state’s heroes get the medical care and resources they deserve,”
  • Guinta questions HUD Secretary Castro on unsound housing policies

    “The fact that the FHA hasn’t met its statutory 2% capital requirement for seven consecutive fiscal years is absolutely outrageous. The housing agency’s systematic failures in managing its financial portfolio and meeting its obligations have resulted in taxpayers being forced to foot the bill for a $1.7 billion government-mandated bailout. This is unacceptable – the FHA must make significant reforms to protect taxpayers from another financial crisis and bailout.”
  • Guinta Introduces Bill to Protect Middle Class Workers From 40% Tax Increase on Health Benefits

    “I’ve heard from countless municipalities back home who are absolutely terrified of this unavoidable and impending tax hike. Even worse, the non-partisan think tank American Health Policy Institute found that over 12 million middle-class American workers would see an average increase of $1,050 in higher payroll and income taxes per year. My legislation will protect workers from facing this devastating tax increase, employers from reducing workers’ benefits and municipal taxpayers who – if enacted – would experience skyrocketing property taxes."

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February 25, 2015 Press Release

WASHINGTON. D.C. – Congressman Frank Guinta released the following statement following the bipartisan passage of H.R. 529 – a bill to expand, modernize, and strengthen 529 plans to increase educational opportunities for our nation’s children and youth.

February 23, 2015 Press Release

WASHINGTON. D.C. – Congressman Frank Guinta hosted two townhalls last week – one in Manchester and the other in Laconia.  This represents Congressman Guinta’s second and third townhalls since being sworn into the 114th Congress.

February 18, 2015 Press Release

WASHINGTON. D.C. – Congressman Frank Guinta will be hosting two town halls this week, one in Manchester and the other in Laconia.  These are vital to the legislative process and serve to update Granite Staters on his work in Washington while receiving important feedback.  These town halls represent the second and third of this term.

February 12, 2015 Press Release

Washington, DC – This morning, Congresswoman Annie Kuster (NH-02) and Congressman Frank Guinta (NH-01) joined together to introduce legislation that would protect the Veterans Choice Card program in New Hampshire.