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The U.S. House of Representative for Ohio's 14th congressional district, serving since 1995.
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LaTourette Honored for Commitment to Good Planning Practises

U.S. Rep. Steve LaTourette (R-Ohio) was selected by the American Planning Association (APA) as the 2011 Legislator of the Year. His outstanding leadership within the U.S. House of Representatives exemplifies his commitment to good planning and investment in critical infrastructure as a means of improving our economy. LaTourette has been a long-standing advocate of transportation programs. He has been a champion of Complete Streets legislation in the House of Representatives and has worked consistently to secure funding for the country's vital transportation needs. "Rep. LaTourette has a ...

Public schools can now help fill food banks

A change in Ohio law has opened the door for public schools to donate excess unused food to local food banks and pantries. Prior to this law change, public schools weren't offered the same protections as restaurants and caterers that donate to food banks under the Emerson Good Samaritan Food Donation Act. The food donation measure, which became law in 1996, protected donors to food banks from all liability -- criminal and civil -- yet did not provide public schools that same protection, according to U.S. Rep. Steve LaTourette said. "It's rather ridiculous that restaurants and caterers were ...

LaTourette joins lawmakers calling on deficit committee ...

Bainbridge Township Republican Rep. Steve LaTourette doesn't think anything -- including tax increases -- should be off the table as a congressional "supercommittee" approaches this month's deadline to come up with a plan to cut the federal budget deficit. LaTourette's willingness to consider a tax increase -- expressed in a letter to the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction that he signed with a bipartisan group of 100 legislators -- puts him at odds with influential conservative activist Grover Norquist. Long before he signed the deficit reduction letter, LaTourette, along with ...

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