WASHINGTON, DC - Congressmen Bob Gibbs, Bob Latta, and Anthony Gonzalez wrote to Postmaster General Louis DeJoy with questions regarding the Northern Ohio Service District’s continued poor performance.
WASHINGTON, DC - Citing a need to provide hospitalized veterans and their families peace of mind, Congressman Bob Gibbs introduced the Addressing Care Timelines for Veterans Act to increase the amount of time veterans and their families have to notify the Department of Veterans Affairs of a non-VA hospital admission or emergency department visit.
WASHINGTON, DC - Congressman Gibbs led a group of colleagues on a letter admonishing the Biden administration and pushing for a plan of action to help reduce the price of softwood lumber, currently seeing skyrocketing costs and hampering the building of new homes.
The big talk now in Washington is infrastructure: How to rebuild our roads, repair the nation’s airports, provide all Americans access to reliable high-speed internet. All of these are worthy endeavors that improve our economy and our way of life.
WASHINGTON, DC - On Thursday evening, Congressman Bob Gibbs led a letter to Speaker Pelosi saying it is time to return the House to normal operations. Gibbs spearheaded an effort, joined by dozens of colleagues urging Speaker Pelosi to end the coronavirus-related restrictions on House operations.
WASHINGTON, DC - In response to reports about the American Rescue Plan potentially restricting states’ ability to set their own tax policy, Congressman Bob Gibbs led a group of Ohio members urging Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen to ensure the Treasury Department does not interpret the law in any way that constrains states.
WASHINGTON, DC - The day after the U.S. Senate confirmed Michael Regan as Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, Congressman Bob Gibbs (OH-07) reintroduced two bills to rein in the EPA and protect farmers, landowners, and businesses from overzealous bureaucrats.
WASHINGTON, DC - On Monday, Congressman Bob Gibbs introduced the No Wireless Installations in Federal Instruments for Voting Act (No WIFI Act), which amends the 2002 Help America Vote Act to prohibit voting systems with capability to wirelessly transmit data to be used in federal elections.
WASHINGTON, DC - Today, Congressman Bob Gibbs (OH-7) introduced the Ensuring American Voters Act to prevent foreign nationals from illegally registering to vote. The legislation will require proof of citizenship when someone begins the voter registration process.
WASHINGTON, DC – Before this week’s votes on impeachment and a resolution seeking the invocation of the 25th Amendment, Congressman Bob Gibbs released the following statement: