Kuster-Backed Increase in Funding for Fuel Assistance Program Included in Federal Appropriations Bill

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Washington, DC – Earlier this week, Rep. Annie Kuster (NH-02) voted in favor of a government funding measure that included an increase of $50 million for the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP). Kuster, along with a bipartisan group of her colleagues, called for increased funding for LIHEAP, which provides heating assistance to low-income seniors and families.

“I’ve long fought for the LIHEAP program because New Hampshire’s most vulnerable children, seniors, and families should never face the threat of not being able to heat their homes during the cold winter months,” said Kuster. “This week we advanced robust funding for LIHEAP that will help low-income families in New Hampshire stay warm this winter. I was proud to advocate for these resources and will continue to fight to support all Granite State families.”

Kuster has consistently advocated for robust funding for the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP). Earlier this year, Kuster and her colleagues pushed back against cuts to the program proposed by the Trump Administration.


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Ann McLane Kuster has spent her life bringing people together to strengthen New Hampshire – as an adoption attorney, a public policy advocate, an author and an active volunteer in the state nonprofit community.

She has been actively involved in a number of significant health and education policy issues, including the creation of the UNIQUE College Savings Program to help families save for their children’s college education and the Medication Bridge Program to make free medication available to low-income families.

Active in community service, Annie has served on the Board of Trustees of many community organizations, including the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, the Capitol Center for the Arts and Child and Family Services of New Hampshire. She was a founder of the Women’s Fund of New Hampshire and served on the Board of the Tucker Foundation at Dartmouth College to encourage community service. For her work, Child & Family Services honored Annie with the “Voice for Children” award. She also received the “Champion for Choice” award from NARAL Pro-Choice New Hampshire for her work as an adoption attorney.

She lives in Hopkinton with her husband Brad, an environmental attorney, where they raised their sons Zach, a recent college graduate, and Travis, who attends college in Hanover, NH.

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