View Pete's positions on various issues that are important to Northwest Indiana and his work in Congress.
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Pete’s number one priority is job creation. There is still a great deal to be done to put people back to work, and Pete believes that task begins by revitalizing and reinvesting in Northwest Indiana’s economy.
Through his position as Ranking Member of House Appropriations Subcommittee on Energy and Water Development, Pete has worked in a bi-partisan fashion to boost research and development funding for alternative energy sources and new conservation initiatives.
Pete believes that he has an obligation to put constituents' needs above the needs of insurance companies and support efforts to improve the system.
Pete is committed to long-term fiscal solutions that leave the country better off for future generations.
Pete believes that clean water and a healthy environment are a vital part of this generation’s legacy. Pete works with local governments, businesses, and non-profits to revive Northwest Indiana’s lakeshore, and is fighting to keep invasive and environmentally devastating Asian carp out of Lake Michigan.