From the Kokomo Tribune: "INDIANAPOLIS -- Speakers Monday at the annual Richard G. Lugar Series encouraged more women to seek elected posts, a trend already seen in Indiana this spring. "Run. Run, run, run. We absolutely need women at all levels of government to step up," U.S. Rep. Susan Brooks, R-5th Dist., told a noon gathering of about 500."
From the Herald Bulletin: "NOBLESVILLE — School administrators from Anderson, Zionsville and Noblesville met with U.S. Rep. Susan Brooks to discuss school safety when it comes to dealing with mental health issues. Law enforcement officials were also there Monday for the discussion. Much of the discussion centered on people with mental health issues and the use of social media to provide warnings of potential dangers to students."
Susan Brooks issued the following statement after the Senate’s attempt to rebuild our broken healthcare system: “This is not the end of our work. Obamacare is failing our country, and, if left untouched, will continue to drag Americans down with it. Our current healthcare system is leaving hardworking Fifth District Hoosiers and their families with fewer and fewer options for care." “We must find a new approach that provides Hoosiers with solutions. If members of Congress on both sides of the aisle come together, we can strengthen our healthcare system...
Susan Brooks issued the following statement after voting in support of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2018 (NDAA) in the House of Representatives: “My vote today for the NDAA is a vote for troops. Our troops deserve stronger national defense capabilities and a pay raise as they put their lives on the line and sacrifice precious time with their loved ones to protect our freedoms. Indiana is home to the sixth largest National Guard in the country and I am pleased this bipartisan bill includes provisions that...
Yesterday, Susan had the chance to join Hoosier Republicans at a Lincoln Day Dinner in Washington Township.
As we celebrate 100 years of women in Congress, it's important to recognize how far we've come and how far we have yet to go!
From the Indianapolis Star: “The women of the U.S. House have chosen Rep. Susan Brooks to co-chair a congressional caucus on women’s issues. The Carmel Republican has represented Indiana's 5th District since 2013.”