Families across the country budget their expenses for the month and year. Why can’t Congress do the same?
The U.S. must support our allies now, more than ever and I am pleased the relationship between Afghanistan and the United States continues to grow.
I would like to thank the Association of Metropolitan Water Agencies for inviting me to speak at their annual Water Policy Conference.
As a farmer, I understand the importance of producing the safest, most nutritious product possible. By 2050, the global population is set to increase to roughly 10 billion.
The Reducing Regulatory Burdens Act will clarify how the use of pesticides in or near water bodies are regulated.
Each year, I have the honor of hosting the Ohio Farm Bureau’s Congressional Agriculture Forum for the Ohio County Farm Bureau Presidents Trip.
The EPA’s proposed budget would impose additional unfunded regulatory burdens on Americans while reducing spending for programs that help communities comply with these complicated regulations.
I would like to thank the National Waterways Conference for inviting me to speak this morning about issues concerning our nation’s waterways.
Congressman Gibbs will be guest lecturing about the government’s role in agribusiness as well as global economic impacts on businesses on Friday, March 6th to an International Business class at the college’s Agricultural Technical Institute (Ohio State ATI) in Wooster.
U.S. Rep. Bob Gibbs (R-OH) announced today that Ohio’s 7th Congressional District will begin accepting submissions for the 2015 Congressional Art Competition. The winning artwork will be displayed for one year in the U.S. Capitol.