Washington, D.C. – Next Tuesday, February 20, Congressman André Carson (D-IN) will join Democratic Whip Steny Hoyer (D-MD), Congresswoman Nanette Barragán (D-CA), IndyGo President Mike Terry, and other community and business leaders for a ‘Make It In America’ roundtable discussion on our nation’s infrastructure needs and the work being done in Indianapolis.
INDIANAPOLIS - In an effort to support our nation's veterans and thank them for their service, the office of U.S. Congressman André Carson (D-IN) delivered over 5,200 Valentine's Day cards prepared by Hoosier school children to veterans across Central Indiana this week.
WASHINGTON, DC – Congressman André Carson (IN-07) released the following statement tonight on President Trump's State of the Union address:
WASHINGTON, DC - Today, Congressman André Carson announced his bipartisan and bicameral efforts to recognize the importance of Kennedy-King Park in Indianapolis ahead of the 50th anniversary of Senator Robert Kennedy’s famous speech. These efforts include legislative and executive actions.
Washington, DC – Congressman André Carson, (D- IN) released the following statement on the short-term funding bill that passed the House of Representatives this evening:
Washington, DC - Today, Congressman André Carson issued the following statement after House Republicans voted to advance a tax bill that will significantly harm the American middle class:
“Today, House Republicans passed their dangerous, deficit-exploding tax proposal.
Nearly 100 House member sign missive advocating urgent action to keep kids nationwide insured
Washington, DC – Nearly 100 members of Congress, led by Representatives Diana DeGette (D-CO), André Carson (D-IN) and Beto O’Rourke (D-TX), today sent letters to top House and Senate leaders on both sides of the aisle urging bipartisan cooperation in finding a way to responsibly extend funding for the Children’s Health Insurance Program, which was allowed to lapse on September
Washington, DC - Today I voted against a stop-gap bill to fund the government for two weeks. While avoiding a government shutdown is critical, I cast my vote in the hope that Congress will act to pass a responsible and long overdue FY 2018 spending bill, and provide funding for key, time-sensitive programs that we have yet to address.