Washington, DC – Congressman Tim Ryan today issued the following statement following the House vote to pass Trumpcare:
Washington, DC – Congressman Tim Ryan, Ranking Member of the Appropriations Committee’s Legislative Branch Subcommittee, today issued the following statement after voting in favor of the Fiscal Year 2017 Omnibus Appropriations spending bill to keep the government funded through September.
Washington, DC – Representatives Tim Ryan (D-OH), Steve Stivers (R-OH), Mark Takano (D-CA) and Susan Brooks (R-IN) today introduced the bipartisan 21st Century SHOP CLASS Act, legislation that would upgrade and modernize career and technical education programs in schools across the country. The 21st Century SHOP CLASS Act would define maker education and makerspaces, and amend the Carl D.
Washington, DC – Congressman Tim Ryan today urged President Trump to assist with the ongoing effort to have Claudia Hoerig extradited to the United States to stand trial for the murder of her husband, U.S. Air Force Reserve Major Karl Hoerig.
The full letter can be found here or below:
Washington, DC - Congressman Tim Ryan Yesterday voted against the so called Working Families Flexibility Act, otherwise known as H.R. 1180. This legislation would amend the Fair Labor Standards Act to allow employers to pay workers nothing for overtime work in exchange for a promise of compensatory time off in the future.
Washington, DC – Representatives Tim Ryan (OH-13), Dan Lipinski (IL-03) and Mike Doyle (PA-14) today introduced a resolution to emphasize the massive economic impact of tribology on the U.S. economy and highlight the need for further research and development into the field.
Washington, DC – Today, Congressman Tim Ryan (OH-13), with Congresswoman Marcia L. Fudge (OH-11), and Congresswomen Marcy Kaptur (OH-9) and Joyce Beatty (OH-3), introduced The Breaking Addiction Act of 2017.
Washington, DC – Congressman Ryan released the following statement in response to President Trump’s proposed tax plan.
Washington, DC – Congressman Ryan today released the following statement in response to Republicans proposing a tax on newly enlisted troops. The drafted legislation would charge soldiers approximately $100 a month for access to the GI Bill. The bill would deduct a total of $2,400 annually from each soldier’s paycheck.