Since being elected as your Representative in Congress in 2012, I have always been clear - I support religious liberty and oppose discrimination. My vote on the Energy and Water Appropriations Act and its amendments reflect those principles. Last week, Mr. Maloney offered an amendment that would have barred federal contractors from making employment decisions based on one’s sexual orientation
WASHINGTON — Rep. Luke Messer introduced legislation Wednesday to block the Obama’s administration’s new guidelines that call on schools to allow transgender students to use the restrooms and locker rooms that correspond to the gender they identify with.
The Shelbyville Republican’s bill would prevent schools from losing federal funding if they don’t follow the guidelines.
WASHINGTON (Thursday, April 20, 2017) — Rep. Luke Messer (IN-06) issued the following statement today following President Trump’s actions to protect American-made steel and American steelworkers:
“The steel industry has been a critical part of the Indiana economy for decades, supplying thousands of good-paying jobs and livelihoods to Hoosiers. If we don’t take serious steps to protect
WASHINGTON (Monday, April 17, 2017) — Rep. Luke Messer (IN-06) has introduced legislation to help ensure integrity in federal elections.
The Election Integrity Act of 2017, H.R. 2090, would require voters to present a valid, government-issued photo ID in order to vote in federal elections beginning in 2020. If an individual is unable to pay the cost of obtaining a government-issued
Today is Veterans Day. There is no better day to pay tribute to the heroic men and women who have served and defended our country since its founding.
Chances are many of you know someone who served or is currently serving in the U.S. military. Nearly 19 million veterans live in the United States today. Right now, there are also more than 1.4 million people serving in the Armed Forces,
Attacks on our schools, from Columbine to Sandy Hook, have shocked communities, devastated families and exposed serious security gaps. Rather than stand idly by, it is our collective responsibility to secure our schools and prevent these kinds of horrific events that affect the hearts and minds of our young people and sear our national conscience.
The reality is our schools may be more