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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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Representatives Stivers and Beatty Introduce Bill to Incentivize Assistance for Homeless Former Servicemembers
WASHINGTON, DC – Yesterday, Representatives Steve Stivers (R-OH) and Joyce Beatty (D-OH) introduced the Housing our Military Servicemembers (HOMeS) Act, H.R. 6124, to add former servicemembers as a subpopulation eligible for rehousing incentive payments through the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).  By codifying “former servicemembers” into HUD’s homeless assistance statutes, the agency can incentivize and reward housing grantees that help get all former members of the military off the streets. Each year, HUD awards housing grantees with additional, “bonus” funding on a competitive basis which may be used to help specific subpopulations find homes.  Despite the hard work of community shelter leaders, too many veterans remain on the streets and some former members of the military do not qualify for VA housing assistance.  The HOMeS Act will help elevate the profile of veterans and former servicemembers for HUD homeless housing incentives,
Loebsack Introduces “Never Again” Legislation to Address Veteran Suicide Epidemic
Please find below a press release from Representative Loebsack on the introduction of the Never Again Act. Congressman Dave Loebsack (IA-02) today introduced bipartisan legislation along with Congressman Steve Stivers (OH-15) to ensure no veteran seeking in-patient psychiatric care at a Veterans Affairs (VA) Medical Center is ever denied such care again. Earlier this summer, Sgt. Brandon Ketchum, a veteran from Davenport, Iowa, was turned away from a VA facility after seeking psychiatric help. After being denied care, he tragically took his own life. Sgt. Ketchum’s tragic death reinforced the need for a change at the VA to ensure any veteran who is suffering from a mental health issue gets the treatment they need and deserve. Simply put, under the Never Again Act, if a veteran asks for mental health care from the VA, they will get it. “I introduced the Never Again Act to ensure that no veteran in crisis is ever turned away again. This legislation would require VA Medical Cent
Suicide Prevention Month: Addressing the Mental Health Crisis in the Veterans Community
We face a devastating mental health crisis in our country, one that affects thousands across the country. The veterans community has been particularly affected by this issue. In fact, a new study from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) shows an average of 20 veterans per day died from suicide between 1979 and 2014. Unfortunately, we have also heard stories of veterans who seek mental health care, but are turned away at VA hospitals. Our veterans make incredible sacrifices to fight for our freedoms and we must improve the mental health care system so they can receive the care they deserve. With September being Suicide Prevention Month, I want to highlight some of the action Congress has taken to address this issue. Most recently, I joined Representative Dave Loebsack (D-IA) last week to introduce the Never Again Act, which requires the VA to provide a bed in the psychiatric department to any veteran enrolled in the VA health care system who requests in-patient psychiatric care.
Rep. Stivers Leads Letter to FDA Expressing Concerns with EpiPen Prices
WASHINGTON, DC – Recently, Representative Steve Stivers (R-OH) sent a letter along with 46 Members of the House of Representatives to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to express concerns with the skyrocketing cost and access of the EpiPen (epinephrine injection) Auto-Injector, a drug that is used in emergency treatment for life-threatening allergic reactions. Since 2004, the price for a two-pack of the EpiPen has increased from an average of about $50 to more than $300 each today. With no generic version currently on the market, Mylan Pharmaceuticals holds a near monopoly on the drug relied on by 3.6 million Americans. “These price increases have created a significant cost burden on those who rely on them for anaphylactic emergencies,” the letter stated. “The skyrocketing cost of EpiPens is a direct result of the absence of competition and an inefficient Food and Drug Administration review process.” Recently, the FDA rejected a request from another pharm

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