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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 ...

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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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Rep. Tiberi on Opening Day of the 115th Congress: “Let’s get to work.”
On opening day of the 115th Congress, Congressman Pat Tiberi released the following statement: “As we begin the new Congress, I would like to first thank the people of Ohio’s 12th District for this opportunity to serve them. We have a lot of work to do and busy days ahead to advance our priorities to repeal and replace Obamacare, fix our broken tax code and empower our communities to grow and thrive. As the Chairman of the Joint Economic Committee and Chairman of the Ways and Means Subcommittee on Health, I’m focused on ideas and solutions to promote opportunity, drive robust economic growth and put patients, not the government, at the center of our health care system. I look forward to working with President-elect Donald Trump’s administration to deliver results that people can count on. Let’s get to work.”
Tiberi Statement on December Jobs Report
U. S. Congressman Pat Tiberi (R-OH), chairman-designate of the Joint Economic Committee, today issued the following statement regarding the employment report for December 2016 by the Bureau of Labor Statistics: “The low unemployment rate and the positive jobs gain is welcome news; however, far too many workers have been left behind by President Obama’s failed policies. I’ve heard first-hand from Ohio business owners and employers across the country that the outdated tax code and crippling regulations have limited their ability to create jobs, causing many Americans to simply give up looking for work. As a result, the workforce participation rate remains at a rate not seen in nearly four decades. The new Congress and the new administration will work to accelerate job growth by cutting government mandates and overhauling our tax code to help sidelined workers get back to work and to get our economy growing more rapidly.” Note: Today’s report from the Bureau of Labor Stati
Providing Excellent Constituent Services in the 114th Congress
One of the most important responsibilities of Rep. Tiberi’s job is to provide excellent constituent services in Ohio’s 12th District. In the 114th Congress, Tiberi helped hundreds of constituents navigate the federal government by answering their questions, advocating for their priorities and cutting through red tape.    In the 114th Congress, Tiberi:   Helped Columbus win the Smart City Challenge: On June 23, 2016, Columbus won the United States Department of Transportation’s (USDOT) Smart City Challenge that provides $40 million in federal funds for the city to develop new and innovative transportation solutions. Tiberi was a strong advocate for Columbus throughout the application process and worked with members of the Ohio delegation to show the USDOT that it was the most deserving among the finalists.    Advocated for Delphi retirees to protect their health care coverage: Tiberi joined members of the Ohio delegation to help Delphi salaried reti
Rep. Tiberi Statement Regarding the Office of Congressional Ethics
Rep. Tiberi released the following statement regarding the Office of Congressional Ethics: “In the GOP conference meeting last night, I opposed the measure to change the Office of Congressional Ethics, and wished more members had done the same. I am pleased that the conference came together today and stripped this ill-advised provision from our rules package. If there is a better way for this office to operate, those changes should be made in an open, transparent and bipartisan way.  “Sunlight is the best disinfectant and we should absolutely continue to hold members to the highest ethical standards.”

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