INDIANAPOLIS, IN- On Friday, January 25, Congressman Carson will partner with the City of Indianapolis to connect federal employees affected by the government shutdown to resources in Indianapolis. The event will feature community organizations offering assistance in a variety of areas to qualified federal employees who are impacted by the shutdown.
INDIANAPOLIS, IN – Today, Congressman Carson issued the following statement in commemoration of civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
WASHINGTON, DC - Today, President Trump again put politics above national security by canceling Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s military flight to Afghanistan. Speaker Pelosi was traveling overseas to reassure our NATO allies and meet our troops fighting terrorists in Afghanistan.
Washington, DC – Today marks the 21st day of the government shutdown, matching the longest in our country’s history. This week, Congressman André Carson voted on several bills to re-open the federal government.
Washington, DC - “For the White House and the leaders of the Republican-controlled Congress to shut down the government three days before Christmas is a new low.
Washington, DC – Congressman André Carson (IN-07) is encouraging Hoosiers to find a health insurance plan that works for them before the Affordable Care Act Open Enrollment Period ends tomorrow, Saturday December 15, at Midnight.
WASHINGTON, DC - Congressman André Carson introduced a vessel safety bill in response to the loss of 17 people, including nine Hoosiers, who drowned in Table Rock Lake near Branson, Missouri, when their duck boat sank in July. Congressman Carson’s legislation implements safety regulations for amphibious passenger vessels, including duck boats.
WASHINGTON, DC - Today, Congressman André Carson released the following statement concerning his vote for Speaker of the House of Representatives for the 116th Congress:
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, U.S. Representatives André Carson (D-IN-07) and Susan W. Brooks (R-IN-05) along with the entire Indiana congressional delegation, including U.S. Senators Joe Donnelly (D-IN) and Todd Young (R-IN), introduced a Stomach Cancer Awareness Month resolution in memory of Indy Star reporter and columnist Matthew Tully.