If you feel safe when you go to the Indianapolis 500, you need to know that the planning to keep race fans secure is nonstop. Some of that planning is now being shared with others and Congress is playing a role.
Congresswoman Susan W. Brooks (R-IN) offered the following statement in response to the President’s State of the Union Address:
Congresswoman Susan W. Brooks applauded the introduction of House Resolution 523, the Protect Medical Innovation Act, in the U.S. House of Representatives today. Brooks is an original co-sponsor of the legislation that seeks to repeal a 2.3 percent excise tax on medical innovation.
Congresswoman Susan W. Brooks (R-IN) offered the following statement after voting yes on House Resolution 444, commonly known as the Require a PLAN Act.
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Congresswoman Susan W. Brooks (R-IN) will deliver the Weekly Republican Address tomorrow, Saturday, February 2. She is expected to discuss House GOP efforts to provide real solutions to our nation’s toughest fiscal challenges.
Congresswoman Susan W. Brooks (R-IN) offered the following statement after voting yes on House Resolution 325, commonly known as the “No Budget, No Pay Act.”
When a Member of Congress is given time to formally express an opinion or make a statement on an issue before the House, they are said to have the 'floor' of the House, and their views are referred to as a 'Floor Speech'.
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Congresswoman Susan W. Brooks visited Noblesville today, speaking to the Chamber of Commerce and its members at its October Luncheon about Congress' goals in the upcoming term, particularly focusing on different types of security issues.
Brooks said security is something she hears people show concern with more and more.
WASHINGTON – The federal government should be doing more to prevent people who have been exposed to the Ebola virus from getting on an airplane, Rep. Susan Brooks said Thursday. Click here to read more.
Indiana lawmakers Friday offered words of support and prayer for the family of Peter Kassig, who was named as the next victim for beheading by the terrorist group known as ISIL. Click here to read more.
Like all Hoosiers, I have clear memories of Sept. 11, 2001. I picked up my kids from school — they were 8 and 11 at the time — and did my best to answer their questions and explain what had taken place. My thoughts also drifted back to the beginning of the summer, when Indianapolis hosted the World Police and Fire Games.
CARMEL – Rep. Susan Brooks met with dozens of mental-health professionals Thursday to get input on a proposed House bill that would bring sweeping changes to the nation’s mental-health system.
Congresswoman Susan Brooks (R-IN5) co-hosted a listening session Aug. 7 on the 21st Century Cures initiative with the Indiana Health Industry Forum, BioCrossroads, Hoosiers for Health, and the Indiana Medical Device Manufactures Council at Roche Diagnostics.
WASHINGTON — Indiana’s congressional Republicans joined Gov. Mike Pence on Friday in asking the Obama administration for more information about unaccompanied Central American children living in Indiana.
NOBLESVILLE — Heroin is a worsening problem in Central Indiana, law enforcement authorities and lawmakers said during a meeting Tuesday that discussed ways to combat the issue.
"This is not just a big city problem," said U.S. Rep. Susan Brooks, R-Carmel. "This is not just a suburban problem or a rural problem."
Congresswoman Brooks joined fellow Hoosier Congresswoman Jackie Walorski for a tour of the Roudebush VA Medical Center on Tuesday, July 1. Click here to watch WISH TV's coverage.