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ENG: Jeannette Marie Hoffman Schmidt, (born November 29, 1951) is the U.S. Representative for Ohio's 2nd congressional district, serving since 2005. She is a member of the Republican Party. The district stretches from eastern Cincinnati to Portsmouth. Schmidt is the second female Ohio Republican to be elected to Congress without succeeding her husband and the first woman to represent the Cincinnati area in the House. She won the Ohio 2nd congressional district seat in a special election on August 2, 2005, by 3.5 percentage points over Democrat and Iraq War veteran Paul Hackett, amid national attention to the race because of Hackett's strong views on the war. The margin of her victory led many Democrats to claim a victory for their party, since the district had been reliably Republican ...
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Rep. Schmidt to introduce bill on Amer. Centrifuge project


In an effort to help private industry create nearly 4,000 jobs in Southern Ohio, Congresswoman Jean Schmidt announced Saturday (Dec. 17) that she is drafting legislation that would allow the U.S. Department of Energy to move forward on its request for a demonstration of the American Centrifuge project. “This technology is important to the economy of Ohio, our national security, and nonproliferation efforts,” said Congresswoman Schmidt, a Clermont County Republican. “House Speaker John Boehner and I – along with our colleagues from Ohio – are committed to passing ...


Schmidt Endorsed by Brown County Republicans


Congresswoman Jean Schmidt was endorsed for re-election Thursday night (December 1) by the Brown County Republican Party’s Central Committee, and she also recently won the backing of GOP organizations in nearby counties.“Jean Schmidt has been a friend to Brown County since taking office six years ago,” Brown County Commissioner Rick Eagan said in recommending that she be endorsed by members of the Republican Party’s Central Committee, who gathered December 1 at the Southern Hills Vocational School in Georgetown.“I’m pleased to receive the support of the ...


33 nominated for military academies by Rep. Schmidt


Congresswoman Jean Schmidt has nominated 33 residents of Ohio's Second Congressional District for acceptance by four of our nation's military academies. At least one nominee could be accepted by each institution: U.S. Military Academy (Army) at West Point, N.Y.; U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colo.; U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md.; and U.S. Merchant Marine Academy in Kings Point, N.Y. All members of Congress may nominate up to 10 candidates per opening. Academies usually make appointments by March 31. "They are looking for individuals who are well-rounded – ...


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Jean Schmidt - Rep. Jean Schmidt says 32 of every 33 pregnant women who visit Planned Parenthood get abortions
The Truth-o-Meter says: False | Rep. Jean Schmidt says 32 of every 33 pregnant women who visit Planned Parenthood get abortions Soon after taking control of the House of Representatives, Republicans opened a new front in the abortion war by attempting to block Planned Parenthood from receiving any federal money. Federal law already prohibits tax dollars from paying for abortions, but Republicans argue that the $363 million that Planned Parenthood gets each year for Title X family planning services actually subsidizes abortions indirectly because money is fungible. The April 14 measure that would have stripped federal funds from Planned Parenthood passed the House by a 241-185 margin but failed in a > More
Jean Schmidt - Rep. Jean Schmidt says 32 of every 33 pregnant women who visit Planned Parenthood get abortions
The Truth-o-Meter says: False | Rep. Jean Schmidt says 32 of every 33 pregnant women who visit Planned Parenthood get abortions Soon after taking control of the House of Representatives, Republicans opened a new front in the abortion war by attempting to block Planned Parenthood from receiving any federal money. Federal law already prohibits tax dollars from paying for abortions, but Republicans argue that the $363 million that Planned Parenthood gets each year for Title X family planning services actually subsidizes abortions indirectly because money is fungible. The April 14 measure that would have stripped federal funds from Planned Parenthood passed the House by a 241-185 margin but failed in a > More
Debate over Planned Parenthood funding moves to Florida
Planned Parenthood, a group that gets federal money to provide health services, has been a focal point of the Washington debate for several months. And now, the debate has filtered down to Tallahassee. Even though Planned Parenthood cannot use federal money to provide abortions, Republicans passed an amendment in the U.S. House in February that would block all federal funding to the group. Republicans contend that any support for Planned Parenthood can provide indirect support for abortions. The amendment, which did not have sufficient support to pass the Senate, was a key issue in the budget debate that nearly led ... >>More
Debate over Planned Parenthood funding moves to Florida
Planned Parenthood, a group that gets federal money to provide health services, has been a focal point of the Washington debate for several months. And now, the debate has filtered down to Tallahassee. Even though Planned Parenthood cannot use federal money to provide abortions, Republicans passed an amendment in the U.S. House in February that would block all federal funding to the group. Republicans contend that any support for Planned Parenthood can provide indirect support for abortions. The amendment, which did not have sufficient support to pass the Senate, was a key issue in the budget debate that nearly led ... >>More



 
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