WASHINGTON, DC – As the one-year anniversary of the Harvey Weinstein sexual assault and harassment allegations approaches, the bipartisan Congressional Caucus for Women’s Issues hosted a hearing about sexual harassment entitled, “#MeToo, What’s Next?
WASHINGTON, DC – Today marks the beginning of Startup Week Across America. This week, a bipartisan coalition of House members will draw attention to the important role startups play in our economy and how we can help support their efforts to grow and succeed.
CARMEL, IN – Congresswoman Susan W. Brooks (R-IN05) provided the following statement regarding the arrest of the person responsible for the act of antisemitism perpetrated against Congregation Shaarey Tefilla in Carmel:
Carmel, IN – Today Congresswoman Susan W. Brooks (R-IN05) provided the following statement regarding the recent news on the act of antisemitism perpetrated yesterday against Congregation Shaarey Tefilla in Carmel.
WASHINGTON, DC – As the co-founders and co-chairs of the Congressional 5G Caucus, Congresswomen Susan W.
WASHINGTON, DC – Congresswoman Susan W. Brooks (R-IN05) introduced H.R.
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, the House passed the bipartisan POWER Act, which would help provide legal assistance for domestic and sexual violence survivors. Studies have shown that survivors who can afford or access a lawyer successfully obtain restraining orders in 83% of cases, compared to 32% without a lawyer.
WASHINGTON, DC – Congresswomen Susan Brooks (R-IN05) provided the following statement:
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, Congresswomen Susan Brooks (R-IN05) and Anna Eshoo (D-CA18) along with Energy and Commerce Committee Chairman Greg Walden (R-OR02) and Ranking Member Frank Pallone (D-NJ06) introduced H.R.6378, the Pandemic and All Hazards Preparedness and Advancing Innovation Act of 2018 (PAHPA
WASHINGTON, DC – On Monday, July 9, 2018, Congresswoman Susan W. Brooks (R-IN05) joined a bipartisan group of members of the House Committee on Energy and Commerce to tour facilities where children and adults are detained at the U.S. – Mexico border.
Representatives Susan W. Brooks (R-Ind.-05) and Paul Tonko (D-N.Y.-20) heralded passage of H.R. 1328, the ACCESS BROADBAND Act, in the House today by a unanimous voice vote.
U.S. Rep Susan Brooks (R-IN) on May 1 introduced bipartisan legislation that would authorize more medical residency positions across the country to help combat the ongoing opioid crisis.
On Thursday, U.S. Representatives Susan W. Brooks (R-Ind.), Brad Schneider (D-Ill.), Elise Stefanik (R-N.Y.) and Annie Kuster (D-N.H.) introduced bipartisan legislation, the Opioid Workforce Act of 2019, to train more doctors equipped to combat the opioid epidemic.
Indiana political figures began weighing in on Thursday's release of special counsel Robert Mueller's more-than-400-page investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election. The redacted report made public by Attorney General Robert Barr documents nearly two years of work done by Mueller and other investigators.
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U.S. Rep. Susan W. Brooks (R-IN) on April 9 joined a bipartisan, bicameral effort to support empowerment, economic security and educational opportunities for adolescent girls around the world.
By the spring of 2017, funding for the Legal Services Corporation (LSC) had come under attack. The independent nonprofit was established by Congress in 1974 to provide financial support for civil legal aid to low income Americans.
Actress and Global Citizen Ambassador Rachel Brosnahan is getting behind new bipartisan legislation to protect girls’ education around the world.
INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) – Walter Murphy survived the Battle of the Bulge and other bloody engagements of World War II. And, as an Army medic he helped other soldiers survive too.
U.S. Representative Susan Brooks will be holding a “connect with your congresswoman” event in Greentown April 8th.
She will be speaking with 5th district constituents between noon and 1:30 on Monday at the Greentown Historical Society at 103 East Main Street. Residents can speak with Congresswoman Brooks one on one during that time, on a first come, first serve basis.
WASHINGTON – The House voted Thursday to reauthorize a 25-year-old law that helps victims of domestic and sexual violence, despite complaints by Republicans that Democrats were politicizing the popular law by expanding gun control.