(Warren, OH) – Today, Congressman Tim Ryan (OH-17) congratulated Youngstown State University’s Williamson School of Business for producing yet another award-winning team for the Beta Alpha Psi (BAP) Best Practices competition. For the second time in three years, YSU has placed first in the BAP competition. Winning team members included Tarik Awad of Canfield, Ryan Garman of Sandusky, an
(Washington, DC) – Today, Congressman Tim Ryan (OH-17) introduced a bill that would expand funding through the Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration (EDA) to include grants for operations and support services. Currently, EDA funds only construction and/or renovation projects.
WASHINGTON D.C. – Today, U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH) introduced a Senate resolution and U.S. Congressman Tim Ryan (OH-17) introduced a companion House resolution with U.S.
(Washington, DC) – Today, Congressman Tim Ryan (OH-17) joined members of the Ohio Delegation – including Senator Sherrod Brown and Representatives John Boccieri, Steve Driehaus, Marcia Fudge, Marcy Kaptur, Mary Jo Kilroy, Dennis Kucinich, Betty Sutton, and Charlie Wilson – In a news conference highlighting tax relief for working Ohio families (
(Warren, OH) – Today, Congressman Ryan (OH-17) announced nearly $300,000 in grants for Ohio’s 17th District through the Assistance to Firefighters Grants program of the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the Department of Homeland Security. Recipients of the grant are: the City of Warren Fire Department ($214,020), the Palmyra Township Fire Department ($55,955), and the Springfield Townsh
(Warren, OH) – On Friday, the U.S.
Americans overwhelmingly agree that our current health care system was due for reform. With tens of millions of uninsured residents, the costs of the system have skyrocketed – affecting business development, fiscal stability, and individual health and prosperity. The health reform law signed into law by President Obama is a solid—and long overdue—step in the right direction.
(Warren, OH) – Today, Congressman Tim Ryan (OH-17) commented on the announcement by Forum Health that staff reductions in non-patient care management employees are imminent. According to Forum Health, the loss of up to 125 positions is the result of downward trends in patient volumes, lower reimbursement levels, and the effects of the state hospital franchise tax on not-for-profit hospitals.
(Warren, OH) – Today, Congressman Tim Ryan (OH-17) commented on the U.S. Treasury Department’s decision to delay the publication of the Exchange Rate Report. The text of Secretary Geithner’s statement follows this release.
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