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February 23, 2009

Focus on energy efficiency

by Victoria Guay

The Energy Services Program at Lakes Region Community College - a two-year degree program that trains people to work in fields that require knowledge of energy efficiency and renewable energy systems - is just the sort of program the state needs to produce the workers who can "grow" the state's economy, according to U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen, D-NH.Shaheen made a stop at Lakes Region Community College Friday to tour the Energy Services classroom and meet with college and small busin… Continue Reading


February 18, 2009

Shaheen to talk business, credit crisis in Portsmouth

by Richard Fabrizio


February 09, 2009

Shaheen to lead European affairs subcommittee

WASHINGTON, D.C. - U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen announced Feb. 6, that she was named chairman of the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations Subcommittee on European Affairs for the 111th Congress. The Subcommittee has jurisdiction over the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, European Union, Russia, Turkey, Kosovo, all NATO operations in Afghanistan, and energy security issues. "I'm honored that Chairman (John) Kerry and my colleagues have entrusted me with this responsibility," Shahe… Continue Reading


January 30, 2009

Senate OK's expanded children's healthcare program


January 27, 2009

NH's new senator stops by biodiesel refinery on Nashua visit

by Albert McKeon

NASHUA - Three weeks on the job now, U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen said she recognizes both the excitement of a new presidential administration and the apprehension of an economic crisis.The freshman Democrat on Monday stressed the importance of passing an economic recovery package that she said will create jobs and forward alternative energy solutions - echoing the call of President Barack Obama.Shaheen attended Obama's inauguration and found it amazing "to see 2 million people excited a… Continue Reading


January 23, 2009

Shaheen appointed to committee on small business


January 07, 2009

Shaheen sworn in as first N.H. woman to serve in U.S. Senate

by By Adam Krauss

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