WASHINGTON, DC – After passage of the CARES Act, Congressman Bob Gibbs released the following statement:
WASHINGTON, DC - Shortly after the announcement of the first cases of Coronavirus in Ohio, Congressman Bob Gibbs unveiled a web resource containing a wide range of information for constituents on Coronavirus prevention, treatment, and up-to-date information from the Centers for Disease Control and Ohio Department of Health.
WASHINGTON, DC - In response to Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Andrew Wheeler’s announcement of an updated definition for Waters of the United States, Congressman Gibbs released the following statement:
WASHINGTON, DC - Participating in the Congressional App Challenge for the second year in a row, Congressman Bob Gibbs announced the winners for Ohio’s Seventh Congressional District. A team of four students from Brunswick High School won for their app e-Cycle, an app that provides examples and methods for people to minimize their impact on the environment.
WASHINGTON, DC - On Tuesday, Congressman Bob Gibbs announced nine individuals nominated to the United States Service Academies. Nominees completed a comprehensive nomination application process, including a panel interview with service members and veterans. Nominees showed high academic, physical, and moral standards, standing out in a field of impressive applicants.
WASHINGTON, DC - Congressman Bob Gibbs announced on Tuesday a $3 million US Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Development Loan and Grant award for the Village of New London.
ASHLAND, OHIO - The Office of Congressman Bob Gibbs will be hosting a Veteran Resource Fair in North Ridgeville on Friday November 22nd. All veterans are welcome to attend. The Resource Fair is an opportunity for local veterans to connect with a wide range of organizations and services they may be eligible for.
WASHINGTON, DC - On Wednesday, Congressman Bob Gibbs announced an $18 million U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) Better Utilizing Investments to Leverage Development (BUILD) Grant for the Regional Transportation Improvement Project to extend U.S. Route 30 to State Route 44. The extension will be approximately three miles long beginning from Trump Avenue.
WASHINGTON, DC - Congressman Bob Gibbs announced today the inclusion of $22.5 million in additional Army Corps of Engineers funding for the repair and enhancement of the levee system in Massillon. After several high-water events in the last two calendar years, erosion of the levee has become a serious concern. Environmental reviews and surveys for improvements are currently being conducted.
WASHINGTON, DC - Citing the impact on Ohio medical device manufacturers and patients who rely on them, Congressmen Bob Gibbs and Dave Joyce urged leadership in the House of Representatives and the Senate to repeal the 2.3 percent tax on medical device tax revenue.