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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 Starts Food Fight for Better SNAP Oversight
WASHINGTON, DC – Facing scrutiny over evidence of fraud and poor management, federal officials overseeing the food stamp program were questioned by Congressman Bob Gibbs and his colleagues in an Agriculture Committee hearing this morning.  Following an audit and report by Ohio Auditor Dave Yost detailing issues that indicate potential fraud and policies that lead to excessive card balances, Gibbs thanked Yost for his work in identifying ways in which the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) can be reformed to guarantee those who truly need assistance are the ones receiving it.  Gibbs also grilled officials from the US Department of Agriculture who oversee SNAP and from the Government Accountability Office, specifically on why better audit and oversight procedures are currently not in place. “There’s no question that food stamps and nutrition assistance is essential for those who truly need it.” Congressman Gibbs said after the hearing. “But after news reports f
Gibbs to Obama: End the Double Standard, Help Protect Americans Against Zika
WASHINGTON, DC – After last week’s announcement by the CDC and EPA, Congressman Bob Gibbs led colleagues from House and Senate leadership in demanding President Obama give all Americans the same protections against the Zika virus. After publicly opposing HR 897/S 1500, the Zika Vector Control Act, which gives mosquito control programs the ability to fully implement their programs without duplicative and unnecessary federal permits, the Obama Administration announced its support for Puerto Rico to increasing its mosquito spraying program in an effort to stop the spread of Zika. The letter, which can be found here, urges the President to end the double standard and give the continental United States the same tools, deemed “the most important tool” by EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy, as those they encourage in Puerto Rico. Upon sending the letter to the President, Congressman Gibbs released the following statement: “Given Zika’s devastating effects on unborn children, elimi
Preventing an Obamacare Tax on Seniors
WASHINGTON, DC – Seniors facing what amounts to a tax increase as a result of Obamacare may find relief if the Senate takes up legislation passed by the House Tuesday.  The Halt Tax Increases on the Middle Class and Seniors Act repeals an Obamacare provision that raises the amount of total medical expenses from 7.5 percent of income to 10 percent for Americans to claim those expenses as itemized deductions on their taxes. This provision, already in effect for Americans under the age of 65, will hit seniors in 2017 if the Senate and President do not act. The bill, supported by groups like the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) and National Taxpayers Union, prevents the tax hike for seniors and provides relief for Americans already affected by it. “With premiums and deductibles skyrocketing, the last thing American seniors need is a tax increase,” said Congressman Bob Gibbs. “Already struggling to keep up with increased medical expenses, making it more difficult fo
Gibbs Votes To Protect Religious Convictions
WASHINGTON, DC – The ability of health care professionals to refuse to participate in abortions got a boost today as the House of Representatives voted to pass the Conscience Protection Act. Recent evidence has shown the Obama Administration unwilling to enforce what is known as the Weldon Amendment, which prevents federal agencies or state and local governments receiving federal funds from discriminating against health care professionals or institutions from participating in an abortion.  The Conscience Protection Act sets this right to refusal into law and provides new options for medical professionals by allowing those to sue in court rather than relying on the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), which has clearly failed to uphold the intentions of the Weldon Amendment. After voting in favor of the legislation, Congressman Bob Gibbs released the following statement: “One of the many things that makes America a truly exceptional nation is our principle that no gover



 
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