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ENG:Timothy John "Tim" Ryan(born July 16, 1973) is the U.S. Representative for Ohio's 13th congressional district, serving since 2013. From 2003 through January 3, 2013, he represented the Ohio's 17th congressional district. He is a member of the Democratic Party. He previously served in the Ohio Senate. Early life and career Tim Ryan was born in Niles, Ohio and graduated from John F. Kennedy High School in Warren, where he played football as a quarterback and coached junior high basketball. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science from Bowling Green State University in 1995 and was a member of Delta Tau Delta fraternity. In 2000, he earned a Juris Doctor degree from Franklin Pierce Law Center in Concord, New Hampshire. Ryan served on the staff of controversial U.S. ...
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Tim Ryan on taxes, fracking, and rebuilding US manufacturing

Ryan was in Columbus to help fight against Ohio SB 5 and Ohio HB 194. After speaking with Ryan, I'm inspired, surprised and confused. I'm inspired ordinary people such as myself can engage with politicians who spend much of their time in D.C. ButI'm surprised he said fracking (if done right) is a way to address Global Warming. And I'm confused by his support for a flat tax that is somehow progressive. I didn't know the two were compatible. First, the congressman's remarks about taxes, then on to fracking and rebuilding US manufacturing. Tom Over : What is your opinion on raising taxes on ...

Ryan Applauds Filing Of 318,460 Signat.To Repeal Voter Bill

n response to today's announcement that opponents of House Bill 194 had filed 318,460 signatures to place the Republican voter suppression initiative on the 2012 ballot for repeal, Congressman Tim Ryan released the following statement: "Today's announcement of the filing of 318,460 signatures for the repeal of HB 194 is a loud and clear message to the Governor and the Republicans in the Ohio State Legislature. These attacks are anti-American because they suppress our most fundamental right as Americans: the right to vote. It is an insult to all the men and women of our Armed Forces, and their ...

Congressman Ryan is against privatizing the Ohio Turnpike

Ohio congressman Tim Ryan joined two former directors of the Ohio Turnpike and Teamsters Local 436 in Tuesday to speak out against the privatization of the turnpike. Ryan says we should learn from Indiana’s mistake. The tolls have nearly doubled, the roads are falling apart and the restrooms are in disarray. He also thinks this is not a good time to get the amount of money its worth. This is not a seller's market this is a buyer's market so why would sell one of the great assets of Ohio at the worst possible time when you're going to get the worst value says Ryan. ... Source: ...

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Congressman Tim Ryan Announces Kent State to Receive $1.5 Million in Federal Grants
Warren, OH – Congressman Tim Ryan announced $1.5 million in federal grant money for Kent State University. $1,150,000 of this funding comes directly from the National Science Foundation, and will go towards three projects: Matrix Functions and Network Analysis under the direction of Lothar Reichel  ($150,000),   SI2-SSE: GeoVisuals Software: Capturing, Managing, and Utilizing GeoSpatial Multimedia Data for Collaborative Field Research under the direction of Ye Zhao ($500,000), and DMREF: Collaborative Research: Materials Engineering of Columnar and Living Liquid Crystals via Experimental Characterization, Mathematical Modeling, and Simulation under the direction of Oleg Lavrentovich ($500,000).   “I applaud Kent State University for securing these federal grants. Advancements in education and scientific research are crucial for us to grow as a nation – and I am proud these investments are being made right here in our backyard,” said Congressman Ryan. “This well-dese
Congressman Tim Ryan joins Rep. Ro Khanna and Sen. Sherrod Brown to Introduce Landmark Legislation to Raise the Wages of Working Families
Washington, DC — Congressman Tim Ryan (D-OH) joined Rep. Ro Khanna (D-CA) to introduce legislation in the House that would give working families a much-deserved wage boost to compensate for 40 years of wage stagnation. Companion legislation has been introduced in the Senate by Sen. Sherrod Brown. The Grow American Incomes Now (GAIN) Act would greatly expand the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) so that more working families and childless workers are eligible to receive it. The bill comes at a time when the Trump Administration and Republicans are supporting devastating budget cuts to programs that help working families in exchange for tax breaks for the very wealthy and big corporations. The GAIN Act roughly doubles the EITC for working families and increases the credit for childless workers almost six-fold. Under the proposal, the maximum tax credit available increases to $12,131 for families with three or more qualifying children; $10,783 with two qualifying children; $6,528 with
ADVISORY: Congressman Tim Ryan Press Conference on New Bill to Raise Wages of Working Families
Rep. Tim Ryan and Rep. Ro Khanna Press Conference on New Bill to Raise Wages of Working Families Massive Expansion the Earned Income Tax Credit Corrects 40 Years of Wage Stagnation WASHINGTON, DC – On Wednesday, September 13 at 12:30 pm, Rep. Tim Ryan (OH-13) will join a press conference to announce new legislation that will offer a massive wage increase for working families. Through a major expansion of the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) for families and childless workers, the bill aims to compensate for 40 years of wage stagnation for the bottom 20 percent of wage earners. When coupled with raising the minimum wage and providing worker protections, the legislation is designed to put more money back into the pockets of hard working Americans who are trying to get by pay check to pay check. Rep. Ryan, Rep. Ro Khanna, and other cosponsors will detail how the bill offers lower- and middle-income workers a more than double, fully refundable tax credit. They will also discuss how the l
Congressman Tim Ryan Joins Reps Larson, Courtney, and Higgins to Introduce the Medicare Buy-In and Health Care Stabilization Act
Washington, D.C. – Representative Tim Ryan (OH-13) joined Reps. John Larson (CT-01), Joe Courtney (CT-02), and Brian Higgins (NY-26) this week to announce the introduction of the Medicare Buy-In and Health Care Stabilization Act. A commonsense effort to create a Medicare Buy-In option for Americans ages 50-64 and to stabilize the health care marketplaces. The Act will provide a new option for Americans ages 50-64 to buy-in to Medicare thus avoiding the increase in premiums that Americans in this age group often face. Additionally, working Americans who receive employer sponsored coverage (ages 50-64) who wish to buy into the program would have the option to do so, and their employers could continue to contribute to their premiums pre-tax, a win-win for those employers and employees. The bill, which was introduced this week, also proposes important common sense solutions to bolster stability in the health care marketplaces and bring down health care costs by finding innovative ways to

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