WASHINGTON (July 23, 2014)—Congressman Luke Messer is gearing up for the second 6th Congressional District Job Fair of the summer. The Job Fair will take place Thursday, August 7, 2014, at Ivy Tech Community College in Lawrenceburg.
More than 50 employers have now signed-up to attend. The Job Fair is open to the public from 2:00 to 4:30 p.m. and will open one hour early, at 1 p.m
The Batesville Bulldogs and the Greensburg Pirates are big rivals on the basketball court, but two competitive alumni are ready to play for the same team in Congress.
This week, proud Pirate, Congressman Luke Messer (IN-06) welcomed the newest member of Congress, Curt Clawson, to Washington. Congressman Clawson represents Florida’s 19th District but has Hoosier roots. He was raised
WASHINGTON--Today, Congressman Luke Messer delivered a speech from the House floor urging for a child, stuck in the Congo, to be released to his adoptive parents in Muncie, Indiana. Ashley and Jonathan Riegler legally adopted Chiza, who is HIV positive, on August 27, 2013. Nearly a year later, he has not been able to come home to be with his parents and two siblings. While stuck in the Congo
Congressman Luke Messer greeted dozens of Hoosier war veterans and their families at the World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C., over the weekend. He presented flags flown over the Capitol to Gerald “Bush” White and Bob Briggs who served in World War II and to Tim Albright and Lutz “Bo” Schreiner— both of whom served in Vietnam and are Purple Heart recipients.
WASHINGTON--Congressman Luke Messer (IN-06) released the following statement after the Supreme Court announced its ruling on the contraception mandate of the President’s health care law:
"Today’s decision is a significant victory for religious freedom. This ruling means that the Federal government can’t force those who own and operate family-run businesses to choose between
WASHINGTON--Congressman Luke Messer released the following statement after the Supreme Court’s ruling on the President’s unconstitutional appointments to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB):
“I am pleased the Supreme Court ruled that the President isn’t above the law and can’t ignore the Constitution for his political purposes. The President’s unprecedented overreach and his
WASHINGTON— Today, this year’s Congressional Art Competition Winner from Indiana’s 6th District got to tour the U.S. Capitol and see her art on display for the first time. Jennifer Wheeler is a Morristown High School student and came to D.C. for the Congressional Art Competition winners’ reception which will be held tonight.
“Jennifer is certainly a talented art student, and I’m
WASHINGTON--Today, Congressman Luke Messer announced two job fairs to take place in Indiana’s 6th Congressional District this summer.
The first job fair will take place on Wednesday, July 2, 2014, in Muncie at Ball State University’s Worthen Arena. The second job fair will take place in Lawrenceburg at Ivy Tech Community College on Thursday, August 7, 2014. Both job fairs are open to
WASHINGTON—Congressman Luke Messer honored dozens of students from southeastern Indiana for their academic achievement during the 2013-2014 school year. The top male and female 8th grade students from counties across Indiana’s 6th Congressional District were presented the 8th Grade Scholar award by Congressman Messer. The ceremony, sponsored by Hillenbrand, took place at Batesville
WASHINGTON—The Council for Citizens Against Government Waste (CCAGW) has named Congressman Luke Messer a “Taxpayer Hero.” According to the organization, Rep. Messer earned this distinction because his voting record during the first session of the 113th Congress helped to protect and save taxpayer money.
“I’m honored to be named a ‘Taxpayer Hero’ by Citizens Against Government Waste,”