September 21, 2020 In the News

Shaheen Tours UNH Testing Lab As School Nears 100,000 Completed COVID Tests

"The University of New Hampshire has processed more than 99,000 COVID-19 tests since July. The high volume, according to school officials, is allowing the school to identify and isolate positive cases rapidly before they can spread. The school’s model is drawing praise from state and local officials, including Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, who toured the school’s testing center on Monday."

September 21, 2020 In the News

UNH COVID-19 testing program looks to expand its reach

"With the capacity to process about 25,000 COVID-19 tests per week, officials at the University of New Hampshire are hoping to expand their program to help private businesses and public schools in the state. U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, D-NH, got a chance Monday to see the work being conducted at the lab at UNH Health & Wellness."

September 18, 2020 In the News

New Hampshire mourns passing of Ginsburg

"'America has lost its greatest champion of women’s rights in a generation,' Sen. Jeanne Shaheen said in a statement Friday. 'Her legacy will live on through the many freedoms that women enjoy throughout our society. She will forever be known for her profound strength, unparalleled intellect and uncompromising values.'"

September 16, 2020 In the News

State to receive $1.83 million in CARES funds for housing

"'For many Granite Staters, keeping a roof over their heads has been a tremendous challenge over the course of this pandemic. Many are struggling to pay their mortgage or rent on top of other basic necessities like food and health care and are at risk of losing their homes with nowhere to go,' Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, D-N.H., said in a statement."

September 15, 2020 In the News

Opinion/Guest View: Sen. Shaheen calls for standing up for Granite State voices in election

"Politics is personal in New Hampshire, and it should be. It is what distinguishes our state from so many others and why our first-in-the nation primary is so unique. Campaigning in New Hampshire is about talking to voters directly and taking their questions. That’s what set us apart before this pandemic, and what will set us apart once we get through this."