The House App Challenge is now open to all 5th District high school students with a passion for creativity and technology.
The bill provides the same relief to American families under the President's health care law that President Obama has offered to special interests and corporations.
"One of the worst unintended consequences is in our school system, where substitute teachers, coaches, and instructional assistants — particularly those who work with our special needs children — have seen their hours reduced."
Rep. Brooks joined Reps. Upton, Harper and Roby to deliver the weekly Republican address.
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Congresswoman Susan W. Brooks (R-IN5) is excited to announce her office is now accepting entries for the 2014 Congressional Art Competition. Once again, a student from Indiana’s 5th District will have his or her artwork displayed in a United States Capitol hallway visited by thousands of policy makers and tourists each year.
Congresswoman Susan W. Brooks (R-IN5) took to the House Floor recently in support of the FAIR Act, a bill that provides individuals the same relief from the Affordable Care Act that President Obama has already offered to businesses.
The Office of Congresswoman Susan W. Brooks (R-IN5) encourages 5th District students to participate in the 2014 Congressional STEM Competition. The competition challenges students to develop a software application or “app” for mobile, tablet or computer devices. The winning app from each district will be featured on the U.S.
Congresswoman Susan W. Brooks (R-IN5) partnered with Tech Point earlier this week to host an industry listening session featuring key Hoosier tech stakeholders at the headquarters of Launch Fishers.
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