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The U.S. Representative for Ohio's 12th congressional district, serving since 2001.
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ENG: Patrick Joseph "Pat" Tiberi (born October 21, 1962) is the U.S. Representative for Ohio's 12th congressional district, serving since 2001. He is a member of the Republican Party. He previously served in the Ohio House of Representatives. The district includes just under half of Columbus, as well as many of its suburbs. Early life, education and career The son of Italian immigrants, Tiberi was born in Columbus and attended the city's Woodward Park Middle school, then Northland High School. Tiberi attended The Ohio State University where he was a member of The Ohio State University Marching Band. He graduated from The Ohio State University in 1985 with a degree in journalism and was the first in his family to graduate from college. He was later awarded an honorary doctorate in ...
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Unemployed Ohioans seek benefits extension


For the second year in a row, thousands of unemployed Ohioans face the holidays uncertain about whether their jobless benefits will continue into the new year. Nearly 77,000 jobless Ohioans -- more than a quarter of whom rely on unemployment to pay their mortgages, utility bills, and grocery bills -- will exhaust benefits in early January unless Congress agrees to fund another extension of federal assistance. By early April, 107,000 more workers would fall off the rolls, the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services said. Beginning next year, Ohio employers will pay more in taxes. The ...


Republican congressman tells Ohio GOP chair...


... to end public spat with governor for good of the party A long serving Columbus Republican congressman is urging his state party chairman to get back to working for the GOP "instead of tearing it down." A frustrated Congressman Pat Tiberi confirmed that he sent an email to Ohio Republican Party Chairman Kevin DeWine on Wednesday after the chairman this week took his spat with Republican Gov. John Kasich on television, accusing Kasich of trying to unseat him. Other key Republicans are also stepping forward after seeing DeWine's interview on Ohio News Network's Capitol Square and are ...


National defence authorisation act for FY 2012


There has been some misunderstanding regarding certain provisions in the final version of the NDAA which passed the House on December 14, 2011.Some have suggested that these two sections of the bill allow American citizens to be detained indefinitely if they are a suspected of being a terrorist. This is false. If you have concerns with this legislation, please feel free to access the links provided below and read each section of the bill in its entirety. I am committed to protecting civil liberties, and providing law enforcement officials and our military the tools neededto keep Americans ...


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Tiberi Statement on DACA
Congressman Pat Tiberi (R-OH) released the following statement after the Trump administration's announcement to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program: “President Obama’s unconstitutional DACA program was one of the most egregious examples of his executive overreach. The Trump administration’s decision to phase out DACA is good news for the rule of law.   “As the son of immigrants who legally came to the United States from Italy, I have seen the success story of legal immigration firsthand. In order to ensure this country remains a beacon of hope we must adhere to the Constitution, which empowers Congress to write immigration laws, not the executive branch. Congress has six months to act. This is an opportunity for us to identify needed solutions that are fair and orderly for Dreamers who didn’t choose to break our laws and know no other home than America.”
Tiberi, Davis, Denham, Upton & Walters Announce the Republican Main Street Caucus
Today, Representatives Pat Tiberi (OH-12), Rodney Davis (IL-13), Jeff Denham (CA-10), Fred Upton (MI-6) and Mimi Walters (CA-45) officially formed the Republican Main Street Caucus (“Main Street”). Main Street will serve as a formal group of members who are dedicated to strong, conservative principles related to economic and national security policy and who believe in governing in a pragmatic manner. The caucus will hold regular meetings to discuss, build consensus on, and approve legislative priorities throughout the Congress. Congressman Tiberi will serve as the chairman with Representatives Davis, Denham, Upton and Walters serving as co-chairs.   “We are focused on getting things done and delivering real results to the American people,” said Tiberi. “I look forward to serving as the Chairman of the Republican Main Street Caucus to build a stronger governing consensus among our members so that we can advance needed solutions people can count on. I sincerely thank my
Tiberi: “Ohio Farmers Rely on the U.S.-Korea Trade Agreement”
Congressman Pat Tiberi (R-OH) released the following statement about the U.S.-Korea trade agreement (KORUS): "Ohio farmers rely on a strong trade agreement with South Korea, which is one of the largest markets for U.S. exports in the grain and corn industry. KORUS is vital to our local economy, and I urge the administration not to withdraw from the agreement. Rather, the administration should engage in bilateral discussions to ensure KORUS is implemented fairly and continues to benefit farmers and job creators nationwide who need to reach customers abroad to keep their farms running and doors open."
Statement from Congressman Pat Tiberi
Congressman Pat Tiberi (R-OH) released the following statement: "Unfortunately, the President deflected from the fact that a young woman was killed and many others were injured by a bigoted follower of the alt-right and white supremacist movement."   POTUS deflected from the fact that a young woman was killed & others were injured by a bigoted follower of the white supremacist movement. — Rep. Pat Tiberi (@PatTiberi) August 15, 2017 Our country is a beacon of hope & opportunity for all. We must condemn the hate and bigotry that is fueling the violence in Charlottesville. — Rep. Pat Tiberi (@PatTiberi) August 12, 2017



 
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