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 The state of our economy: What's really going on?
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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News reports indicate the Obama Administration is behind closed doors talking about lifting sanctions on Iran and cutting Congress out of the picture yet again...just another example of the President’s dangerous “my way or the highway” approach. This would have serious consequences for our national
The House Committee on Energy and Commerce released a new statistic from the State Department. #KeystoneXL will bring over 42,000 jobs to Americans, which is the more seats than there are at the Royals stadium. It’s #timetobuild!
Inspirational story in The DC Register this week about an incredibly remarkable young woman! LHS grad and current Mount St. Joseph University Freshman, Lauren Hill, was diagnosed with Pediatric Brain Cancer last year. As a lifelong basketball player, her dream is to play in a collegiate game. The NC
It’s an honor to be able to recognize fellow Hoosiers for their outstanding achievements. If you know someone who deserves special recognition, call my office in Shelbyville, Richmond, Muncie, or D.C. or click on the link below! #seventipsfordistrictsix -Kenzie, Press Assistant for Congressman Luke
We all know the old saying ‘an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.’ There are steps we could be taking right now to prevent the spread of Ebola before it becomes a widespread health care crisis in the U.S. See the article below in the Shelby News for more on my policy suggestions: