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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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Calling All Photographers: 7th District Photo Challenge Announced
WASHINGTON, DC - Congressman Bob Gibbs is announcing a new challenge for photography enthusiasts in the Seventh District.  Residents can submit photos via email for consideration to be displayed in the Washington DC office. In announcing the challenge, Congressman Gibbs said, “Our congressional district is home to beautiful views, interesting landscapes, notable buildings and historic landmarks. I want to show off the diverse beauty of the Seventh District’s distinctive local history.  That is why I am inviting all constituents to submit digital photographs to be displayed in my office.” The guidelines for the challenge are: All submissions must be made to gibbspress@gmail.com at the highest resolution possible Submissions must be original work Please include your name, address, email address, and phone number in your submission email By submitting your photograph, you agree to have it displayed in public in the Office of Congressman Gibbs if it is selected Deadline is
Gibbs Introduces Bipartisan Legislation to Cut EPA Red Tape
WASHINGTON, DC – In an effort to provide clarification on the use and application of EPA-approved pesticides, Congressman Bob Gibbs introduced the Reducing Regulatory Burdens Act with bipartisan support earlier today. The legislation corrects a 2009 court decision that required a duplicative and unnecessary National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit for pesticides that have already been regulated, tested, and approved by the Environmental Protection Agency under the Federal Insecticide Fungicide and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA). The bill removes the requirement for NPDES permitting for pesticides already approved by EPA for use under FIFRA, reducing bureaucratic burdens on farmers, ranchers, and local pest control agencies. “This is a classic example of why so many Americans are frustrated with Washington,” said Congressman Bob Gibbs. “Bureaucratic red tape is making it more difficult and costly for farmers to responsibly protect their crops or local mosquito a
Gibbs Introduces Bill to Expand Second Amendment Rights
WASHINGTON, DC - This afternoon, Congressman Bob Gibbs introduced the Recreational Lands Self-Defense Act, a bill that expands Second Amendment rights of law-abiding citizens on water resources development projects owned and operated by the Army Corps of Engineers.  While legislation passed in May 2009 opened National Park Service and National Fish and Wildlife Service lands to concealed-carry permit holders, Army Corps water project recreational lands were not subject to the law. The Recreational Lands Self-Defense Act brings Army Corps recreational sites that include water projects to the same standards as other federal recreational lands only when a citizen is allowed to carry a concealed firearm in accordance with state and local laws. “The law passed in 2009 helps expand the ability of citizens legally allowed to carry concealed firearms on NPS and NFWS property,” said Congressman Gibbs after introducing the legislation. “Yet the exclusion of Army Corps water resources de
Gibbs, House Votes on Disapproval of Interior’s Stream Rule
WASHINGTON, DC – Earlier today, the House voted on a resolution of disapproval for a Department of Interior regulation called the Stream Protection Rule. The rule, finalized in the last days of the Obama Administration, is one of the greatest examples of Washington bureaucrats ignoring industry stakeholders, the states that pledged to assist with development of the rule, and the thousands of miners who rely on a commonsense regulatory approach. The Stream Protection Rule claims to protect surface water from mining operations. However, this rule simply duplicates already existing federal and states rules and has the potential to cut off half of all US coal reserve for mining operations. During debate of the resolution, Congressman Bob Gibbs spoke on the House floor in support of disapproval: “In his last month in office, President Obama fired one last shot in his War on Coal.  By finalizing the so-called Stream Protection Rule, the Obama Administration made it more difficult for

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