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Mindi's JAMA publication suggests ways to innovate clinical trials to get to a cure for Alzheimer's faster. Alzheimer's is a terrible disease that progressively attacks the dignity of our elderly and causes great strain on their families. Mindi actively tries to find ways to use her experience to fight for everyone.
"If you are raising a family in NH and she is your representative - you are lucky because she is doing the job of every mom and dad in our community. She is guarding them like they were her own."
Write here…PORTSMOUTH - Three area lawmakers have sent a letter to the Coakley Landfill Group asking for financial information from the group that says it has spent $27 million on remediation at the Superfund landfill site.
PORTSMOUTH, N.H. —Democratic 1st District congressional candidate Mindi Messmer is now invited to speak at two rallies on Saturday -- in Portsmouth and Concord.
Messmer told WMUR at mid-day Saturday that following WMUR's report on her being disinvited from the Portsmouth Women's March (the report can be seen below), the march organizers "came back and changed their minds" and re-invited her.
Co-Sponsor Innis: This is an important step to establish a routine monitoring process for wells where contaminates were previously found.
MESSMER ENDORSEMENTS. Democratic 1st District U.S. House candidate Mindi Messmer was endorsed Wednesday by Brand New Congress, a political action committee formed by former staffers and supporters of Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders’ 2016 presidential campaign.
New Hampshire could soon give state environmental officials more power to regulate polluted drinking water. Lawmakers are pushing to adopt standards for perfluorochemicals. The drinking water of several communities in the state have been contaminated in recent years by PFCs.
Many women inspired by last year’s massive marches have sought higher office, such as Mindi Messmer, a 54-year-old environmental scientist from Rye, New Hampshire.
Messmer was a state legislator when she attended the 2017 march in her state capital of Portsmouth. She’s now a candidate for the seat held by retiring U.S. Rep. Carol Shea-Porter, a fellow Democrat.
“Last year was really empowering and uplifting at a time when we women feel we are being assaulted on a daily basis,” she said.
PORTSMOUTH -- The state’s congressional delegation sent a letter to the Environmental Protection Agency pushing it to complete the deep bedrock investigation at the Coakley landfill Superfund cleanup site as soon as possible.
PORTSMOUTH -- Former Assistant Mayor Jim Splaine called a decision by the city attorney to testify against a bill that would compel the Coakley Landfill Group to fall under provisions of the state’s Right to Know law “disgusting and disappointing.”