Education and Labor
All of America’s students deserve a high-quality, meaningful education and American employers must be able to capitalize on a motivated, highly-skilled workforce. Congress must work together to strengthen critical education programs and address the growing skills gap by providing opportunities for students to achieve and workers to succeed.
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WASHINGTON – Today, Congressman Comer announced that the Marshall County Board of Education has been selected to receive $460,064 in funding through the Project SERV Program to help with school violence recovery efforts.
Energy and infrastructure policy debate has taken center stage across the country. As the new Ranking Member of the Committee on Oversight and Reform’s (COR) Subcommittee on the Environment, this session of Congress I will have a significant role in examining policies related to climate change, energy, and public health.
The latest policy proposal to come across my desk? The Green New Deal.
WASHINGTON – Congressman Comer has been named the top Republican of two House Subcommittees for the 116th Congress: The Oversight and Reform Committee’s Subcommittee on the Environment, and the Education and Labor Committee’s Subcommittee on Civil Rights and Human Services.