New Hampshire Students Meet Rep. Kuster

New Hampshire Students Meet Rep. Kuster

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James Liska
April 15, 2013

On Wednesday, April 10th, students from New Hampshire met with their Member of Congress, Rep. Anne McLane Kuster, at her office in the Cannon House Office Building. The students, who attend the University of New Hampshire and Stonehill College, engaged Representative Kuster on issues such as:


  • The cost of higher education
  • The Violence Against Women Act reauthorization
  • Alzheimer's research

In addition, the students spoke with Emily Mellencamp Smith, Rep. Kuster's deputy chief of staff, about staying involved with citizen engagement. The students also inquired about staying in touch with the office and maintaining a continuing dialogue.


Students who participated in this visit included:


[View photos of the event on our Flickr channel]


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