This week, Congressman Luke Messer (IN-06) introduced bipartisan legislation, the Article V Records Transparency Act (H.R. 5306), to ensure states are able to exercise their authority under Article V of the Constitution by restructuring the recordkeeping process of Article V applications.
Congressman Luke Messer (IN-06) honored dozens of students from east-central and southeastern Indiana Thursday evening for their academic achievement during the 2015-2016 school year.
Congressman Luke Messer (IN-06) honored 6th District students who have been nominated and accepted into our nation’s Service Academies.
Ball State University hosted the 3rd Annual Congressional Leadership Academy on Saturday, April 23, 2016. The event, created in cooperation with Congressman Luke Messer (IN-06), is focused on getting Indiana’s future leaders excited about careers in the sciences and emerging technology.
Congressman Luke Messer continues to fight for equitable Title I funding for Indiana’s public charter schools. In a House Education and the Workforce hearing, Congressman Messer pressed Acting Department of Education (DOE) Secretary John King on why it is taking so long for charter schools in Indiana to get their fair share of funding after the DOE found Indiana used an incorrect formula to determine Title I disbursement
Messer remains a dose of personable seriousness. At a time when empty rhetoric is rewarded in grand fashion, he is doubling down on conservative-minded ideas aimed at addressing the country’s core challenges.
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“We already have school choice in America for families who can afford it. If you can afford to move, or afford to pay for a private school on your own, you have those options. The only real question is: What are we going to do for everyone else?”