Tom Carper, U.S. Senator for Delaware

Carper, Coons, Carney Celebrate Passage of Delaware National Park Bill The legislation authorizes the First State National Monument in Delaware to become the First State National Historical Park and expands the current First State National Monument to include park sites in all three counties of Delaware.... Read More
Senator Carper Votes for FY15 Spending Bill It should be clear to Congress that Americans want us to work together, get things done, and grow and strengthen our economy. The 2015 fiscal year spending bill is an important step toward doing what Americans expect us to do... Read More
Sen. Carper Re-enrolled in the Health Care Marketplace. Have You? In its first year, more than 14,000 Delawareans have used Choose Health Delaware to find a health plan that works for them. I'm proud that Delawareans are enrolling in plans that can help them live a healthier life and perhaps leave a little extra change in their pocket. Now is your chance to enroll or re-enroll in a marketplace plan for 2015... Read More
Senator Carper Applauds U.S.-China Joint Announcement on Climate Change and Clean Energy Cooperation President Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping announced new targets to cut greenhouse gas emissions for the United States and China. Together, the United States and China produce more than one-third of the planet's greenhouse gas emissions, so this agreement is significant progress... 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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February 2, 2015:At 4:00 p.m. on Monday, following any Leader remarks, the Senate will be in a period of morning business until 4:30 p.m. with senators permitted to speak therein for up to 10 minutes each. At 4:30 p.m, the Senate will proceed to the consideration of H.R.203, the Clay Hunt Su... read more