Members of Congress, school leaders and business owners came together in Greenfield, Indiana, to discuss the effects of the President's health care law on schools and businesses. The House Committee on Education and the Workforce Subcommittee on Health, Employment, Labor and Pensions, on which Congressman Luke Messer serves, convened the hearing in an effort to learn directly from Hoosiers impacted by the Affordable Care Act.
Read Congressman Messer's Column Transforming common days into days of Thanksgiving
Thanks to great community partners, employers and job seekers, the Lawrenceburg Job Fair at Ivy Tech Community College was a huge success! More than 65 employers and hundreds of job seekers had the chance to meet one-on-one to discuss employment opportunities in our area. Be sure to click the photo on the left to see more photos from the job fair!
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."
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Honored to spend time with some fathers who are so engaged in their children’s lives at the All Pro Dad’s Breakfast at Loper Elementary School in Shelbyville this morning!
President Obama’s intention to grant executive amnesty without the approval of Congress is a blatant disregard of the United States Constitution. I stand with the many voices of #IN06 and urge the President not to follow through with his plan to grant executive amnesty to millions of people living h
Sorry to see the Senate fail to pass legislation to build the keystone pipeline yet again. This is another example of the Senate blocking economy-growing, job-producing solutions that will move this country forward. We will continue the fight to get that pipeline built. #keystone
Thank you to National School Choice Week for inviting me to speak at their leadership reception tonight. Access to a great education is not a partisan issue. It's a civil rights issue. We cannot stop until every child has access to a great education no matter their zip code.
Our hearts break for the families of the three Americans and the Briton who were murdered while practicing their faith. America will always stand firm in our resolve to fight terror and continue to stand by our ally, Israel, in this fight.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services says the cost of health insurance plans purchased on the Affordable Care Act exchanges could increase as much as 20% next year for some Americans. In my district, the average consumer will pay more than $300 per month for the lowest-priced silver plans... See More