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The U.S. Representative for Ohio's 15th congressional district, serving since 2011.
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ENG: Steve Stivers (born March 24, 1965) is the U.S. Representative for Ohio's 15th congressional district. He is a member of the Republican Party. Stivers previously served in the Ohio Senate, representing the 16th district. He is a Lieutenant Colonel in the Ohio Army National Guard and served active duty in Iraq as Battalion Commander until December 2005. Early life, education, and career Steve grew up in the town of Ripley, Ohio. Steve is a recipient of the Eagle Scout Award. Stivers attended the Ohio State University where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics and international relations in 1989 and an MBA in 1996. While attending Ohio State he joined the Delta Upsilon Fraternity. Stivers spent seven years at Bank One, three years at the Ohio Company, two years as ...
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Steve Stivers’ Job Fair Draws Big Crowd, Protests Too


Hundreds of job seekers were joined by a small group of protesters as a Central Ohio congressman sponsored a job fair in Columbus. Most were looking for ‘Help Wanted’ signs. 15th district congressman Steve Stivers shook hands and talked up job seekers as they lined up at an OSU campus building. The republican congressman says he sponsored the job fair to help unemployed constituents. “We have a jobs crisis, that’s what today’s about and we have a debt crisis,” Stivers said. “And we need to address both things.” Inside, Randy Stillings was ...


Democrat From Athens Will Challenge Steve Stivers in Ohio


Athens Law Director Pat Lang (D) announced Wednesday he will run in Ohio’s 15th district, where freshman Rep. Steve Stivers (R) filed to seek re-election. “We can do better,” Lang said in a statement. “We can start by ensuring a strong middle class, protecting Medicare for seniors and creating jobs. That’s why I’m running for Congress.” Lang’s campaign is an uphill venture in the redrawn district, which sprawls from West Columbus to Lang’s home county near the West Virginia border. ... By Shira Toeplitz Source: rollcall.com


Rep. Stivers isn’t killing babies


In a new ad campaign, Environment Ohio accuses Republican Congressman Steve Stivers of voting to kill babies. In addition to being over the top, the ad spotlights an increasingly unhinged and politicized environmental movement. The ad, which shows a baby being spoon-fed dioxin, arsenic and mercury, has a voiceover that asserts that Stivers voted to “gut the Clean Air Act” and to “let polluters release toxins that cause cancer, asthma, heart attacks and even death. Zooming in on the baby, the voiceover says, “And some of these deaths would be very early.” What ...


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Stivers Statement on Today’s Attack
Regarding today’s attack on the Republican Baseball Team, the following can be attributed to Congressman Steve Stivers (R-OH): "An attack on one of us is an attack on all of us," Stivers said. "I condemn today's horrific attack on the Republican Baseball Team this morning.  I pray for the victims, and thank the first responders for their efforts to respond and save lives. I hope we can all maintain civility in our politics.  We can disagree on issues without personally attacking each other." -30-
Stivers Statement on Anthem Leaving Insurance Marketplace in Ohio
Regarding today's announcement of Anthem leaving the insurance marketplace in Ohio, the following can be attributed to Congressman Steve Stivers (R-OH): "Yet again, we are seeing an insurance company exit the Ohio marketplace, leaving thousands in my district - including four entire counties - without an insurer on the individual market," Stivers said. "This announcement is another reminder that the status quo of Obamacare is hurting Americans." -30-
Creating Jobs for Ohio’s 15th District
When someone says, “tell me about yourself,” what are some of the first things that come to mind? For many of us, we would talk about our spouses, children, and hobbies. Another topic that would almost certainly come up is our job. A job is where we spend most of our day. A job puts food on the table, provides for children, and prepares you for retirement. A job can give you a sense of pride. That’s why, ever since I came to Congress, one of my top priorities has been to create more jobs in our communities and boost our economy. Whether it is through reducing regulations to help small businesses, or fixing our nation’s tax code to help our economy, I have remained committed to policies that will grow jobs. However, another issue is often not the availability of jobs, but the connection between job seekers and businesses with open positions. To help this need, I have hosted a Job Fair in my district every year I have been in Congress. In April, my seventh annual Job Fair
Representatives Stivers, Takano Introduce Bill to Help Disabled Veteran Employees Receive the Care They Need
WASHINGTON – Today, Representative Steve Stivers (R-OH) and Representative Mark Takano (D-CA) introduced legislation to ensure newly hired veterans in frontline medical positions at the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) are able to take paid sick leave to receive the care they need. The Veteran Transition Improvement Act will correct a loophole in existing law to provide the same Wounded Warrior Act benefits that veteran employees in other federal agencies currently receive. This change would provide immediate paid sick leave for veteran employees in their first year of work that they otherwise would have to accrue over time or take unpaid leave to receive care for their service-connected injuries. This is the House companion legislation to the bill (S. 899) introduced by Senators Mazie K. Hirono (D-HI), Jerry Moran (R-KS) and Jon Tester (D-MT). “Veterans should not have to choose between receiving a full paycheck and receiving care for their service-connected disabilities. Un



 
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