Washington, DC -- Congressman Tim Ryan released the following statement in response to the deportation of Youngstown Business owner Amer Othman.
Warren, OH – Congressman Tim Ryan (OH-13) announced today that 11 local students have been nominated to attend national military academies. Each year, Congressman Ryan nominates some of the best and brightest students from the 13th District to our United States military academies.
Washington, DC -- The Office of Congressman Tim Ryan released the following statement in response to ICE's decision not to grant a stay of removal in Amer Othman's case.
Washington, DC – Today, Congressman Tim Ryan signed a letter with 183 other Members of Congress to the United States Trade Representative (USTR) Robert Lighthizer expressing concern with the ongoing renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement.
Washington, DC – Today, Congressman Tim Ryan voted to reject flawed government funding bill.
Washington, DC -- Congressman Tim Ryan released the following statement on the failure of the Republican-controlled Congress to fund the government.
Akron, OH – Congressman Tim Ryan (OH-13) released the following statement enthusiastically supporting the joint entrepreneurship partnership announced between eBay and Akron and Warren, Ohio. The “Retail Revival” program involves a 12-month partnership to help local small businesses and Northeast Ohio harness the power of technology and eBay’s global marketplace.
Washington, DC – Tonight, Congressman Tim Ryan voted against another irresponsible Continuing Resolution.
Washington, DC – Congressman Tim Ryan (D-OH) announced that tonight the Judiciary Subcommittee on Immigration and Border Security voted to request a Department of Homeland Security departmental report on Amer “Al” Adi’s immigration case. This action is a preliminary and necessary step before the Subcommittee could consider H.R.
Washington, DC -- Congressman Tim Ryan released the following statement regarding the extradition of Claudia Hoerig, who was booked into the Trumbull County Jail this evening for the 2007 murder of her husband, Major Karl Hoerig.
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CANTON, Ohio — The Ohio steel industry, led by a drilling boom in the gas and oil industry and a resuscitated demand for cars and light trucks, is growing again. Steel makers across the state are racing to keep pace with plans to add a total of two million square feet of production space at a cost of $1.5 billion.
An $8.4 million contract with the U.S. Department of Defense will allow a Youngstown company to provide science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education to students at 1,000 high schools over the next four years.