Tom Carper, U.S. Senator for Delaware

Sen. Carper Statement on the Administration's Transportation Proposal Sen. Carper applauds the GROW America Act, which would make critical investments in our nation's aging infrastructure and bring U.S. transportation policy into the 21st century... Read More
Senators Introduce Bipartisan Legislation to Curb Medicare and Medicaid Waste, Fraud, and Abuse The PRIME Act would address the problems that lead to the billions of dollars lost to waste and fraud in Medicare and Medicaid every year, based on recommendations from the Government Accountability Office, Health and Human Services, and other experts and stakeholders... Read More
Sen. Carper Joins Colleagues in Call to Protect Delaware Businesses During Peak Summer Season A bipartisan group of 14 senators urged the Departments of Labor and Homeland Security to resume accepting and processing H-2B visa applications, which are critical for foreign seasonal workers seeking to temporarily work in the United States... Read More
Sen. Carper's Office Now Accepting Student Applications for U.S. Service Academy Nominations Sen. Carper encourages young Delawareans who wish to attend a first class school and serve their country through military service to apply for a congressional nomination by October 15, 2015... Read More
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Creating Jobs and Restoring our Economy
Senator Carper shares his vision for getting Americans back to work and putting ...
Reducing the Deficit and Debt
Senator Carper is working to reduce our staggering deficit and debt by crafting ...
Strengthening Health Care in Delaware
Finding better health outcomes while lowering health care costs is a central foc...
Delaware National Park
National parks are an invaluable resource for understanding our nation’s h...
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April 20, 2015:At 2:00 p.m. on Monday, following any Leader remarks, the Senate will resume consideration of S. 178, Justice for Victims of Human Trafficking. At 5:00 p.m., the Senate will consider the nomination of George C. Hanks, Jr., of Texas, to be U.S. District Judge for the Southern Di... read more