WASHINGTON, DC - For almost 150 years, we have set aside this day to thank the men and women of our armed forces, and to pay tribute to those who are no longer with us. While we can never repay the debt of gratitude we owe these brave men and women, we pay tribute to them this Memorial Day by remembering what they gave up for the freedoms we enjoy.
Mr. Speaker— I rise to recognize tomorrow, and each Friday before Memorial Day, as National Poppy Day.
National Poppy Day encourages all Americans to wear a red poppy flower as a symbol to remember the fallen and support the living heroes who have worn our nation’s uniform.
WASHINGTON, DC - “Today’s appointment is a strong start. It appears that Director Mueller has been given broad jurisdiction and the ability to pursue the facts of this investigation where they lead, without arbitrary limitations. However, this is just a start.
WASHINGTON, DC – “I am deeply disturbed by reports that President Trump shared highly classified intelligence with the Russian foreign minister and ambassador during their recent visit to the White House.
Washington, DC – “Today’s vote to repeal the Affordable Health Care Act was a loss for Hoosiers and all Americans. With today’s vote, Republicans move us one step closer to a cruel and immoral system that focuses more on profits than on patients.
Washington, DC - Today, Congressman André Carson (D-IN) released the following statement after Congress voted on a spending bill that funds the government through the rest of the fiscal year.
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, Congressman André Carson continued his efforts to fight discrimination against the LGBT community by helping to reintroduce The Equality Act, legislation banning discrimination against LGBT individuals in public accommodations, housing, employment, and other core areas of daily life.