Washington, D.C.—Congressman Gibbs released the following statement after the FY 2016 Energy and Water Appropriations Bill passed the House.
Today we respond to the 32 states and almost 400 counties who have requested that EPA withdraw or significantly revise the proposed Waters of the United States rule.
Congressman Gibbs released the following video after he addressed the Honorable Jo-Ellen Darcy, Assistant Secretary of the Army—Civil Works on dredging the Cleveland Harbor.
Today, I was able to hear from many leaders in the highway transportation industry on ways we can improve our country’s infrastructure.
Americans file their taxes year after year and the cost, time, and effort it takes to file only continue to increase.
Today, we are one step closer to stopping the Administration’s proposed Waters of the United States rule.
I have heard from states, local governments, farmers, home owners, and other stakeholders about the high costs and regulatory burden of this rule.
Clean water agencies at the local and federal level provide safe water access to communities across the country and face aging water infrastructure that needs upgraded.
The Congressional Art Competition is a great way to showcase the talent we have in the district.
Congressman Gibbs and Congressman Joyce released the following joint statement after sending Assistant Secretary of the Army for Civil Works, Jo-Ellen Darcy, a letter on the maintenance of the Cuyahoga River, Cleveland Harbor, and Lake Erie.