Congressman Luke Messer greeted Hoosier veterans at the World War II Memorial and presented them with flags flown over the Capitol. "Words cannot express my gratitude to these men and their families for the sacrifices they made," said Congressman Luke Messer. "It was a privilege to meet them and be able to give them a small token of appreciation on behalf of everyone in Indiana's 6th Congressional District for what they have done to defend and preserve the freedoms we enjoy."
UPDATE: New employers added to Lawrenceburg job fair
Congressman Luke Messer, founder and chair of the Congressional School Choice Caucus, hosts the inaugural School Choice Caucus meeting
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