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WASHINGTON, DC — Congresswoman Susan W. Brooks (R-District 5) voted in favor of a bipartisan spending agreement that includes five of her top priorities and funds the government through Oct. 1, 2020, the remainder of the current fiscal year. This legislation passed the U.S House of Representatives with strong bipartisan support.
Congresswoman Susan W. Brooks (R-Ind.-05) joined Members of the Energy and Commerce Committee in introducing H.R. 19, The Lower Costs, More Cures Act, which uses bipartisan reforms to lower out of pocket spending on prescription drugs, protect access to new medicines and cures, strengthen transparency and promote competition.
“We lost a bright and intelligent human being, a visionary, an entrepreneur. We lost a person that loved others.” I heard those words from a mother named Tonya, speaking about her son, Blake, at a roundtable in my Oregon district recently.
On Friday, Congresswoman Susan Brooks presented a Congressional Record to Saint Maria Goretti School in Westfield for being recognized as a National Blue Ribbon School.
The Congressional Record is the official record of Congress – including all proceedings, debates, votes and remarks made on the House floor.
Senate and House lawmakers introduced a bill that would fund 1,000 additional medical residency positions in the next five years to address an anticipated physician shortage and to combat the ongoing opioid crisis.
Last week, the House Foreign Affairs Committee advanced the Keeping Girls in School Act (
ANDERSON — U.S. Rep. Susan Brooks says she is concerned how the investigation into the possible impeachment of President Donald Trump is being handled.
As the drumbeat on impeachment rages, 12 members of Congress have been quietly doing something extraordinary — even revolutionary. Democrats and Republicans have been shoving aside party differences to focus on one of the most pressing issues facing America: how to reform and rebuild Congress.
SEATTLE, Washington — Access to education is incredibly important to a person’s life since. With education, people are able to thrive economically, broaden their horizons and open up new opportunities that they may not otherwise have. Not everyone receives this opportunity though.
Eastbrook High School was recently named the best school in the Marion Metro Area for 2019 by U.S. News and World Report.
While all the school corporations in Grant County have a graduation rate of 95 percent or higher, Eastbrook had the best overall score in the rankings at 85.9 out of 100, factoring in things like test performance and college preparedness.
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