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The RAISE Act is pro-worker, common-sense legislation to address this problem by allowing employees in Indiana and across the country to earn higher pay.
As you know, DHS funding will expire in 15 days. It is imperative that we work together to fund the critical functions at DHS to ensure Americans are safe at home and abroad. Our constituents and the American people demand action.
Parents, students, and educators deserve thoughtful consideration of how to protect privacy while leveraging technology for academic success. Instead of looking to new legislative proposals, we should focus on updating our decades-old FERPA law.
Paul F. Caranci, Constituent Services Manager & Strategic Communications Advisor for Congressman Todd Rokita (IN04), has been awarded the Margaret Chase Smith American Democracy Award by the National Association of Secretaries of State (NASS).
Though the President comes to the Hoosier state today to gin up support for more federal programs that will increase spending and taxes, I wanted to extend a sincere, good-faith effort to work with him to reform our struggling K-12 education system.
This bill is designed to restore educational control to its proper place and reduce the federal government’s intrusion into our classrooms. By empowering families, teachers, and local school districts, we can place more students on a successful path.
To contrast the President’s failed law, the bill I voted on today cast a vision for real, consumer-driven health care. It directs the House to craft legislation that preserves access to health plans, provides coverage to those with pre-existing conditions, increases the number of uninsured, expands state flexibility, and protects the doctor-patient relationship. By empowering the consumer, instead of the government, we can truly reform health care in America.”
I am fighting for all people so they can build better lives for themselves and their families. To that end, I’m working with my Budget Committee colleagues to craft a responsible plan that restrains spending without heavy-handed tax increases, balances the budget within ten years, and restores the principles that make our nation exceptional.
The CHOICE Act takes important strides to expand flexibility in education, especially for non-traditional students. Instead of further empowering federal bureaucrats far removed from the classroom, this bill puts parents and students back in the driver’s seat.
Indiana has long been a leader in consumer-driven health care with the original Healthy Indiana Plan. Maintaining the principles of this highly successful program and expanding health care access to low-income Hoosiers, all without increasing costs to taxpayers, is a true victory.