U.S. Sen. Kelly Ayotte said Friday that the Affordable Care Act's Medical Device Tax is hurting New Hampshire companies...
Sen. Kelly Ayotte voiced displeasure on the Senate floor Thursday that no one — neither members of the State Department nor the attackers themselves — have been held accountable for attacks on two outposts in Benghazi, Libya, that killed four Americans, including a U.S. ambassador, in 2012.
While the state of the economy was high on Sen. Kelly Ayotte’s agenda at a town hall meeting at the Weare Middle School Wednesday, the audience had other things on its mind.
Sen. Kelly Ayotte meets with staff at Frisbie Memorial Hospital Monday afternoon to hear their concerns with the Affordable Care Act’s health insurance exchange system.
U.S. Sen. Kelly Ayotte helped prevent another round of base closures, worked to ensure funding to educate students in science and math, and puts constituents and her country ahead of politics, which is why she was named New Englander of the Year by The New England Council.
After receiving no answer from Sebelius for the past two weeks, a “disappointed” Ayotte on Tuesday sent her a third letter.
I am concerned by the administration's continued refusal to answer specific questions regarding the exchange rollout, as well as its refusal to provide enrollment figures
I am even more concerned by the reported endemic nature of the problem within DHS
As President Barack Obama on Monday defended the Affordable Care Act and promised that the technical glitches on its web site will get fixed, Sen. Kelly Ayotte, R-N.H., sought New Hampshire-specific information about the health care plan. In a letter to federal Health and Human Services secretary Kathleen Sebelius, Ayotte asked: “How many individuals have tried to access and create an account through the New Hampshire health insurance exchange?”