Joe's focus was getting things done for Hoosiers by working in a bipartisan manner.
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One of Joe's top priorities as U.S. Senator was to prevent military suicides and improve mental health care for servicemembers.
Joe has helped lead the charge to address opioid addiction in Indiana and across the country.
Joe and his staff worked closely with the River Ridge Development Authority for more than a year to help them acquire hundreds of acres of high-value property that will help create more jobs and opportunities in Clark County.
For more than 18 months, Joe and his staff worked to resolve issues that had stalled the completion of the Gary/Chicago International Airport runway expansion project.
Joe has worked to make the St. Joseph County Health Center a reality since he started serving in the House of Representatives in 2007.
Joe has been a champion for Crane and led efforts to grow the Navy and Air Force’s presence at the lab.
Joe has worked with community leaders and advocates to get answers about what is happening in Johnson County regarding the contamination at the Amphenol and Webb Wellfield sites.
Joe’s leadership and efforts have resulted in significant accomplishments in communities across Indiana.
Joe is committed to helping Hoosier communities, businesses, and not-for-profit organizations secure available grant funding to make a difference across Indiana.
Joe worked with the McLinn family of Indianapolis to pass legislation to give terminally ill patients the right to try potentially life-saving drugs.
Joe, who served on the Senate Agriculture Committee, fought for a number of provisions that were signed into law as part of the 2018 Farm Bill.
Joe’s bipartisan legislation to honor the sacrifice, perseverance, and bravery of the crew of the USS Indianapolis with the Congressional Gold Medal was signed by the President on December 20th, 2018.