Representative André D. Carson (D)

Representative - Indiana
Capitol Address:
2135 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
Fax: 202-225-5633
Phone: 202-225-4011
District Address:
300 E Fall Creek Pkwy N Dr. Suite 300
Indianapolis, IN 46205
Fax: 317-283-6567
Phone: 317-283-6516
Vote Record Bill Name Bill Description Approved Position
114th Congress - All H.R. 842 Strips away workers’ free choice in union elections and their privacy rights, interferes with employers’ ability to secure legal advice on complex labor matters, expands joint employer liability, prohibits the use of arbitration for employment matters, and strips away “secondary boycott” protections among other provisions. Click here to read NRF's Key Vote letter. NRF POSITION: OPPOSE
114th Congress - All H.R. 6 The Dream and Promise Act would provide a path to citizenship for immigrants who were brought to the country as minors and meet certain educational or military requirements, successfully pass a background check and remain in good legal standing. It further extends a path to citizenship to “legal dreamers,” foreign-born children of temporary workers. Click here to read NRF's Key Vote letter. NRF POSITION: SUPPORT
114th Congress - All H.R. 7 Retailers believe that employees should be compensated equitably and without discrimination. However, this legislation will significantly limit legitimate, non-discriminatory pay differences and provide for unlimited compensatory and punitive damages in certain instances. H.R. 7 limits employers’ flexibility to compensate its employees based on a wide variety of factors, including differences based on geography, expertise, and management responsibilities. Unfortunately, this legislation creates additional uncertainty and opportunities for frivolous litigation. Click here to read NRF's Key Vote Letter. NRF POSITION: OPPOSE
114th Congress - All H.R. 842 Strips away workers’ free choice in union elections and their privacy rights, interferes with employers’ ability to secure legal advice on complex labor matters, expands joint employer liability, prohibits the use of arbitration for employment matters, and strips away “secondary boycott” protections among other provisions. Click here to read NRF's Key Vote letter. NRF POSITION: OPPOSE
Legend: = supports NRF's position; = opposes NRF's position; = absent; blank = no data;