Indianapolis, IN -- Congressman André Carson announced that the Indianapolis Airport Authority has received more than $50 million in federal grants as part of the CARES Act. This 2-trillion-dollar relief package, passed in March, provides for billions of dollars in support for aviation, which has been hurt by the global pandemic.
The grants are listed below:
Washington, DC -- Congressman André Carson released the following statement on the passage of "The Paycheck Protection Program and Health Care Enhancement Act."
Washington, DC -- Congressman André Carson, one of three Muslims serving in the United States Congress, released the following statement marking the beginning of Ramadan:
Indianapolis, IN -- Congressman André Carson released the following statement on the death of Indianapolis police officer, Breann Leath, who lost her life in the line of duty:
Washington, DC -- Today, Congressman André Carson released this statement after the passage of the CARES (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, Economic Security), a historic bill that puts families and workers first, which will now go to the President’s desk for his signature.
Indianapolis, IN – Rep. André Carson released the following statement on his decision to cancel his upcoming Youth Opportunities Fair and temporarily suspend face-to-face meetings in an effort to protect constituents from the spread of COVID-19:
Indianapolis, IN – Rep. André Carson released the following statement on the presence of COVID19 (Coronavirus) in Indiana:
Washington, DC – Rep. André Carson released the following statement in response to threats to Indianapolis transit projects.
“I am extremely concerned by any attempt to prevent Indianapolis from becoming a world class city, and that is exactly what this anti-transit legislation does. It’s a poison pill that seeks to destroy our vision for quality mass transit in our city.
Washington, DC – Congressman André Carson released the following statement on the U.S government’s response to the outbreak of COVID-19, otherwise known as the Coronavirus.
Washington, DC – Congressman André Carson (D-IN) and Congressman Richard Hudson (R-NC) have introduced a bipartisan resolution (H.Res 840) to support the designation of the last day of February as “Rare Disease Day” to honor the nearly 1 in 10 Americans living with rare diseases.