Washington, DC – Congressman Tim Ryan today issued the following statement after House Republicans finally passed a partisan bill that reauthorizes the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) at the expense of other important programs. Legislation awaits Senate action.
Ravenna, Ohio – Congressman Tim Ryan today urged the Portage Country Board of Developmental Disabilities to return to the bargaining table with the Ohio Education Association. Since October 4, 2017, the Service and Support Administrators (SSAs) have been on strike, expressing sincere hope that the Board will return to the bargaining table to negotiate in good faith.
Washington, DC – Congressman Tim Ryan released the following statement in response to the newly released Republican tax proposal.
Washington, DC – Congressman Tim Ryan released the following statement in recognition of the first day of the open enrollment period. The period runs from November 1 through December 15 in 42 states, with 8 states and DC having longer enrollment periods:
Washington, DC – Congressman Tim Ryan released this statement after reviewing White House Chief of Staff John Kelly’s Fox News interview in which he refused to apologize to Congresswoman Frederica Wilson for publicly defaming her and made historically inaccurate statements about the Civil War.
Washington, DC – Congressman Tim Ryan released the following statement after news that former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort and associate Rick Gates have been ordered to surrender to federal custody today.
Washington, DC – Congressman Tim Ryan released this statement following President Trump’s declaration of a Public Health Emergency in response to the opioid addiction epidemic.
Washington, DC – Congressman Tim Ryan voted against the Republican Fiscal Year 2018 Budget Resolution today. This legislation, which was needed by Republican Leadership to use as a vehicle for reconciliation for the Ryan-McConnell tax plan, makes massive cuts to valuable social programs and economic imperatives to offset huge tax cuts for the wealthy.
Washington, DC – Bipartisan legislation cosponsored by Congressman Tim Ryan (D-OH) aimed at combating the role fentanyl plays in the opioid epidemic overwhelmingly passed the House of Representatives today, in a vote of 412 to 3. The lead authors of this bill were Congresswoman Niki Tsongas (D-MA) and Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick (R-PA).
(Washington, DC) – Today Representatives Tim Ryan (OH-13), Annie Kuster (NH-02), Evan Jenkins (WV-03), and Jim Cooper (TN-05) introduced bipartisan legislation to improve the ability of the United States Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) to pursue bad actors for distribution of prescription opioids.