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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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Working with the President to Strengthen American Maritime Infrastructure
WASHINGTON, DC - Following President Trump’s remarks in Cincinnati on the need for investments in our nation’s inland waterways and maritime infrastructure, Congressman Gibbs released the following statement: “President Trump knows how vital our maritime transportation network is to the American economy. Grain, coal, and American-made steel are just a few of the many products that move up and down the rivers and out of the ports and harbors that make up the nation’s water transportation infrastructure.  In the last few years, Congress made it easier and less expensive to maintain and repair the harbors, locks, and dams of America’s inland waterways.  Together, with the work the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee did to reform and streamline the process in WRRDA 2014 and WRDA 2016, the national waterway network can be maintained. We can make the necessary improvements to a critical piece of the infrastructure puzzle that all too often does not get the attention it
Reforming the VA to Protect Veterans, Not Bureaucrats
WASHINGTON, DC - In 2014, news broke that VA facilities across the country were engaged in practices resulting in veterans experiencing excessive waits for routine care and cancer screenings, being placed on secret waitlists to obscure actual wait times, and falsifying records to receive performance bonuses. After investigations by Congress and the Office of the Special Counsel, several legislative measures were taken, including a bill similar to what was passed today that never got a vote in the Senate. Three years after the Veterans Affairs scandal made national headlines, the House continues its efforts to implement reforms so that veterans receive the quality medical care they deserve. S 1094, The Department of Veterans Affairs Accountability and Whistleblower Protection Act, provides the VA Secretary a new and streamlined process to remove or suspend VA officials while protecting their right to appeals and disputes.  It was passed with overwhelming bipartisan support. The bill a
Gibbs Applauds Pruitt Working with States on WOTUS
MILLERSBURG, OHIO – In reaction to the announcement from US EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt soliciting input from all 50 governors, Congressman Bob Gibbs released the following statement: “Today’s announcement from the EPA and the Army Corps of Engineers regarding the Waters of the United States (WOTUS) Rule is welcome news.  I am encouraged by the Trump Administration’s efforts to work in collaboration with state environmental agencies rather than treat them as adversaries.  The 2015 WOTUS rule expanded federal jurisdiction beyond the directions of two US Supreme Court decisions (SWANCC and Rapanos).  I urge all governors to provide feedback so EPA can write a clean and concise WOTUS rule that fosters and strengthens the Clean Water Act’s federal-state partnership.” Earlier this year, Congressman Gibbs introduced a resolution to urge the EPA to withdraw the 2015 WOTUS rule. Gibbs also joined Senator Inhofe last November in writing an amicus brief in support of a lawsui
Gibbs Statement on Anthem Leaving Ohio’s Obamacare Market
WASHINGTON, DC - Congressman Bob Gibbs issued the following statement on Anthem leaving the Obamacare individual market in Ohio: “How many times does this have to happen before Democrats concede that Obamacare is an absolute and total failure? This is further evidence that government mandates, taxes, and penalties make it more difficult to provide Americans with reliable and affordable health insurance.  Nearly one quarter of Ohio’s counties will be left with no options on the individual market, including 3 counties from Ohio’s Seventh District.  This news is outrageous, yet sadly, not a surprise.  Obamacare, state by state, has been restricting options for millions of Americans.  Now is the time to repeal Obamacare and replace it with plan centered on market-based principles that actually drives down the cost of health care. We have to bring certainty and peace of mind back to those who have suffered needlessly.” If any resident of Coshocton, Holmes, or Knox County has c



 
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