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  • Local Congressman Reports for Duty

    CINCINNATI, OH – Local Congressman Brad Wenstrup (R-OH) is taking the first two weeks of August to fulfill his military obligations, traveling to Fort McCoy in Wisconsin to complete his annual Army Reserve training. Wenstrup, a Reservist for 16 years...

  • At Your Service

    Missing war medals. A government clerical error withdrawing money from your bank account. The IRS refusing to release your returns. These are just a handful of the frustrations I’ve heard from Ohioans in my first 20 months representing the Second Dis...

  • House Passes Border Legislation as Senate Leaves Town

    WASHINGTON, D.C. – The House of Representatives wrapped up a busy legislative session late Friday night with the passage of a border security bill, after passing VA reform legislation and a Highway Trust Fund infrastructure bill earlier in the week. ...

  • A VA Gone Astray

    The current Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is in disarray. While most of the people that make up the VA system are great Americans, far too many have deviated from scruples at the expense of our veterans and taxpayers. Despite outdated VA techno...

  • Wenstrup Statement in Support of Israel

    Congressman Brad Wenstrup (R-OH) issued the following comment in light of recent and continued rocket attacks on Israel: "Yet again, sirens blare and rockets rain down on Israeli civilians at all hours of the day and night. With the growing instabili...

  • Wenstrup Works to Increase Piketon Cleanup Funding

    Congressman Brad Wenstrup (OH-2) introduced an amendment Wednesday to increase Decontamination and Decommission (D&D) cleanup funds by $15 million for the ongoing project at the Portsmouth Plant in Piketon, which he represents in the U.S. House of R...

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