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Congressman Luke Messer, founder and chair of the Congressional School Choice Caucus, hosted the inaugural School Choice Caucus meeting March 25, 2014
Congressman Messer appeared on FoxNews.com with KT McFarland to discuss the developing crisis in Ukraine.
Congressman Luke Messer on Fox and Friends Weekend discussing Obamacare and its impact on schools across the country.
Few decisions in life are bigger than whether to attend college and which college to attend. Yet many families find it a challenge to wade through the complicated maze of statistics available for this important decision.
Spiceland, Ind. (April 14, 2014)—Congressman Luke Messer honored Draper, Inc. of Spiceland over the weekend for being named America’s Healthiest Workplace by Healthiest Employers, a leader in corporate wellness and health analytics. Draper was ranked first among 100 national finalists across all industries and sizes.
WASHINGTON—Congressman Luke Messer took to the House floor Monday to honor Indiana State Senators Johnny Nugent and Allen Paul. The longtime legislators retired after decades of public service.
WASHINGTON—Today, Congressman Luke Messer voted for the Save American Workers Act (SAW). This Act repeals the 30-hour definition of “full-time employment” in the Affordable Care Act and restores the traditional 40-hour definition.
WASHINGTON—Today, Congressman Luke Messer was recognized as an “ACU Conservative” for his achievements in the 2013 American Conservative Union (ACU) Ratings of Congress. The 2013 ratings include scores for each individual member in both the Senate and the House of Representatives. “ACU Conservatives,” are members who score 80 percent or higher.
WASHINGTON—In anticipation of its passage by the House Budget Committee, Congressman Luke Messer made the following statement in support of the House Republican Fiscal Year 2015 Budget Resolution:
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On April 10 we will mark the 35th anniversary of the Taiwan Relations Act (TRA), an important piece of legislation that has served as the cornerstone of the strong relationship between t
The Supreme Court recently heard oral arguments in one of the most important religious liberty cases of our time — Hobby Lobby Stores Inc. v. Sebelius and Conestoga Wood Specialties v. Sebelius.
As Ball State basketball coach James Whitford stepped foot in the House of Representatives chamber of the United States Capitol on Sunday in Washington D.C., he felt overwhelmed by the rich history