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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.
Congressman Messer discusses debt limit with Ashleigh Banfield of CNN
WASHINGTON--Congressman Luke Messer, who serves on the Foreign Affairs Committee, released the following statement today regarding House actions taken to support Ukraine:
This week the House provided financial relief for the hundreds of Hoosier homeowners struggling to pay skyrocketing flood insurance premiums. H.R. 3370, the Homeowner Flood Insurance Affordability Act (HFIAA), eliminates many of the unintended consequences of a 2012 overhaul of the federal flood insurance program referred to as the Biggert-Waters Act.
WASHINGTON (February 27, 2014)—Today, Congressman Luke Messer delivered a speech from the House floor urging his colleagues to cosponsor H.R. 2577, the Small Business Job Protection Act. It’s the bill Congressman Messer introduced over the summer that exempts businesses with less than 100 employees from the Affordable Care Act’s employer mandate.
Congressman Luke Messer released the following statement in support of Ways and Means Chairman Dave Camp’s draft tax reform legislation unveiled today:
Lots of families in America have the opportunity to send their child to a great school. This is particularly true in Indiana’s 6th Congressional District where we are blessed with a strong network of public and private school options – schools where our children are safe and have a meaningful opportunity to learn.
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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
GREENFIELD — With fierce criticism on the rollout of the Affordable Care Act, a federal government shutdown and continued debate on the debt ceiling and budget cuts, Congressman Luke Messer’s first
WASHINGTON — During his first year in Washington, Rep.
As the House of Representatives re-convened this week following its Thanksgiving break, it is clear that members of both parties are headed for a major showdown with the White House over the recent