Congressman Bob Gibbs

Representing the 7th District of Ohio

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November 15, 2013 Press Release
"I am pleased to be named to the conference committee for Water Resources Reform and Development Act (WRRDA) 2013. As Subcommittee Chairman for Water Resources and Environment, WRRDA falls under my jurisdiction."
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November 14, 2013 Press Release
I am excited to announce the opening of another office for Ohio’s 7th district in Canton, Ohio. It is important to me that the constituents are able to have access to as many constituent services as possible and are able to connect with their elected official on a regular basis. This office will serve as another hub throughout the 7th District that constituents can use to voice their concerns.
November 14, 2013 Columns
This week the administration along with the media are starting to see the harmful effects of Obamacare in our country. I have been hearing from many families who have had their health care plans cancelled and more stories continue to flood my office. This week it seems that the back room deals the administration has been hiding about this harmful law has seen the light of day. Whether it’s the less than satisfactory testimony of the Secretary of HHS Kathleen Sebelius or the astoundingly low numbers of Americans who have signed up for Obamacare, the law continues to fail.
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November 8, 2013 Press Release
“After reviewing the detailed report issued by the GAO it is evident that the EPA does not have adequate management and assessment measures in place to determine if projects aimed at improving the health of the Great Lakes region are actually working."
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November 7, 2013 Columns
Remember when President Obama repeatedly made the promise to millions of Americans that, ‘If you like your current healthcare plan, you can keep it?’ Turns out, this can go on the long list of broken promises the President has made to the American people.
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October 31, 2013 Columns
This month, media reports suggested that Congress had never been more broken and bipartisanship was extinct. Talking heads told us the 535 lawmakers in Washington are bitterly split along party lines and completely dysfunctional. But a little-known bill dealing with critical national issues passed out of the House of Representatives last week on a vote of 417-3, proving that Congress can get the job done. It just takes hard work and a willingness to find common sense solutions.
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October 29, 2013 Press Release
“It seems to be a rarity these days when two members of Congress from different political parties are able to come together on an important issue such as the Farm Bill, but we have found common ground. We believe the farm bill conference must produce a bill that provides common sense, market-based resources that ensure economic stability for farmers and savings for taxpayers.”
October 25, 2013 Columns
Now that the government shutdown is over it is time we all come to the table to discuss how to fix our spending addiction, as well as institute policies to grow our economy. During the shutdown the House passed four different pieces of legislation that funded the government, only to have them rejected by the Senate. In addition, the House passed numerous bills that would fund and re-open vital functions of the government along with addressing our country’s spending issues which were all rejected by Majority Leader Reid without even debate or discussion.
October 23, 2013 Press Release
“Today the House passed the Water Resources Reform and Development Act of 2013 with bipartisan support."
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October 18, 2013 Washington Does Not Like Me Very Much
Although the government shutdown has ended, the fight for stability in Washington still carries on. The passage of the Senate Amendment to raise the debt ceiling sent a message to the American people: The status quo is acceptable. I voted against the Senate amendment because it does not address our country’s reckless spending.

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