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ENG:Robert Brian "Bob" Gibbs (born June 14, 1954) is the U.S. Representative for Ohio's 7th congressional district. He is a member of the Republican Party. Early life, education, and agricultural career Gibbs was born on June 14, 1954 in Peru, Indiana. His family moved to Cleveland in the 1960s, and Gibbs graduated from Bay Village Senior High School. In 1974, he graduated from the Ohio State University Agricultural Technical Institute and moved to Lakeville, Ohio where he co-founded Hidden Hollow Farms, Ltd. Formerly a producer of swine, Hidden Hollow Farms currently produces corn and soybeans. Gibbs served as President of the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation, Ohio's largest agriculture organization which has over 210,000 members. Gibbs first joined the Ohio Farm Bureau Board of Trustees ...
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Gibbs Responds to Obama’s State of the Union Address

Congressman Bob Gibbs (R-OH) released the following statement in response to President Obama’s State of the Union Address: “I had hoped that tonight, the President would show real leadership and encourage the Senate to pass the 27 bipartisan jobs-bills that have been piling up on their doorstep for months. These common-sense bills would get Americans back to work by removing government barriers to job growth, stopping Washington from spending money we don't have, and getting government out of the way of small businesses. “But instead, tonight we heard President Obama ...

Congressman Bob Gibbs Announces Service Academy Nominations

Congressman Bob Gibbs hasannounced the 11 students from the 18th District of Ohioreceived his nomination for appointments to the U.S. Service Academies: "The U.S. Service Academies provide our country's students with the opportunity to serve our nation and be schooled in the leadership and responsibility required to shine in the American military," Congressman Gibbs said. "The privilege of recommending some of the best and brightest among Ohio's youth for admission to the U.S. Service Academies is one of my most rewarding responsibilities. I am proud to nominate them and wish them all the ...

DCCC:Bob Gibbs is vacationing from Congress

Working hard, or hardly working?That question has been asked about Congress since at least the middle of the 20th century, when Congress adopted a three-day work week (making Monday and Friday travel days) and longer sessions.Congressional leaders keep fiddling with the calendar. Their scheduling practices, as noted by their own Congressional Research Service, have been criticized frequently for leading to "compressed workweeks, protracted daily sessions, conflicts between floor and committee work, pressure on family life, and inefficient use of time generally."The Democratic Congressional ...

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Gibbs Introduces Legislation to Aid Municipalities with EPA Permitting
WASHINGTON, DC – After hearing the concerns from local governments regarding the costs and environmental benefits of Clean Water Act mandates, Congressman Bob Gibbs, Chairman of the House Subcommittee on Water Resources and Environment introduced the Water Quality Improvement Act of 2016 today. This legislation codifies EPA’s Integrated Planning Process, provides cities, municipalities and local governments long-term flexibility in achieving the goals of providing clean water for residents. The bill seeks an approach that allows cities to prioritize projects to maximize environmental benefits and the protection of public health, while taking into consideration the impact of costly water and sewer mandates on poor and middle-income residents.  “Too many cities and towns in America are facing expensive EPA mandates with no real way to achieve them,” said Gibbs after introducing the legislation. “One-size-fits-all policies out of Washington do not work when American mayors an
Gibbs Applauds Funding for Canton Police
WASHINGTON, DC – In today’s announcement from the Department of Justice, the City of Canton will receive over one million dollars in funding to hire and train nine new police officers. The COPS Hiring Program provides funding to state and local law enforcement agencies to increase policing capacity. Responding to the announcement, Congressman Bob Gibbs released the following statement: “Our neighborhoods need the safety and security that a well-staffed and well-trained police department can provide. The men and women of Canton’s Police Department do an outstanding job every day. They deserve to have the resources and support to ensure they can perform their duties to the best of their ability. I am pleased to announce that Canton will receive over $1 million in funding to protect our families and neighbors.” Canton is being awarded $1,125,000. A full list of the awardees nationwide can be found here. ###
Gibbs Applauds Passage of Water Resources Bill
WASHINGTON, DC – After two days of consideration on the House floor, the Water Resources Development Act (WRDA) of 2016 was passed this evening with bipartisan support. This legislation provides authorization for critical Army Corps of Engineers projects to our nation’s ports, inland waterways, locks, and dams while containing no earmarks. After major reforms were signed into law in 2014, the process that proposes and approves water infrastructure projects has been streamlined, saving taxpayers time and money. After passage of H.R. 5303, Congressman Bob Gibbs, Chairman of the Subcommittee on Water Resources and the Environment, released the following statement: “Water infrastructure is a key component to our nation’s transportation and logistics network. A reliable port and inland waterway system ensures goods can move quickly and affordably to facilitate trade and benefit American consumers. This bill utilizes the reforms from WRRDA 2014, using a transparent process driven
Gibbs: Reforming the Way Washington Works
WASHINGTON, DC – Continuing his efforts to rein in out-of-control regulators, Congressman Bob Gibbs joined a bipartisan group in Congress to stop regulations costing $1 billion or more until any pending litigation is completed. With more major regulations being challenged in court, the status of those regulations, including compliance requirements for American businesses, can be left in limbo. H.R. 3438, the REVIEW Act, automatically places a 60-day administrative stay on all “high impact rules”, which will be defined as rules with annual costs of $1 billion or more.  If no judicial review is sought during the 60-day delay, the rule can take effect. After today’s vote, Gibbs released the following statement: “Burdensome and unnecessary regulations are hampering our economy. These regulations are nothing more than a hidden tax passed on to consumers, who wonder why their energy or grocery bills become more expensive. It makes no sense to force businesses, local governmen

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