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    Wenstrup Statement on End of Reckless Shutdown

    WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Congressman Brad Wenstrup (OH-02) released the following statement after the passage of a Continuing Resolution to end the government shutdown: “There was no reason for the government to shut down. There is nothing in the House passed funding bill that Democrats oppose, yet...

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    Promise kept

    Friend – Check out this must-read article in the Washington Examiner today about how President Trump is delivering on his promise to roll back costly, unnecessary regulations. Congress has already partnered with the president to roll back 14 regulations this year. The good news for American taxpayer...

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    Our Debt Demands Action

    Mr. John Smith 123 Main Street Anywhere, Ohio 12345 Total due: $60,000 Please make checks payable to the United States Department of Treasury. Imagine opening your mail to find this bill for $60,000 from the federal government. It seems far-fetched, doesn’t it? Actually, that’s about how much each A...

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    Wenstrup: Congress Fails to Even Get a Participation Trophy

    Congress fails to earn even a participation trophy, says Congressman Brad Wenstrup, and now he’s threatening to withhold Congressional paychecks until that improves. Looking to end the last minute spending deals caused by a refusal to even vote on appropriation bills, Wenstrup is introducing the Do ...

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    GOP proposes cutting lawmaker pay if fiscal goals aren't met

    House Republicans have proposed two new bills aimed at cutting or withholding congressional salaries whenever Congress fails to balance the budget, or fails to pass all 12 federal spending bills on time. The idea of tying member salaries to fiscal outcomes has been tried before, but hasn't gone anyw...

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    Wenstrup Acting to Avoid Spending Showdowns in Congress

    Looking to end the recent cycle of government funding cliffs and last minute spending deals, Congressman Brad Wenstrup is working to hold members of Congress accountable for drama created by repeated crises. The Do Your Job Act, introduced by Wenstrup, would withhold pay from members of Congress if ...

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    Congress passes Obamacare repeal; redirects Planned Parenthood funding

    The U.S. House of Representatives voted to advance legislation to the President’s desk Wednesday evening that repeals Obamacare, a first since the president’s health care bill was signed into law six years ago, according to a news release from Rep. Brad Wenstrup's office. Already passed by the U.S. ...

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    Wenstrup Statement on Vote for Government Funding Legislation

    Representative Brad Wenstrup released the following statement on his vote for the federal funding legislation that passed the U.S. House of Representatives today: “The process continues to be broken, and I understand why so many are skeptical of big bills coming out of Congress. Seven years of a Whi...

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    Omnibus to include ACP and D&D funding

    One hundred million dollars has been appropriated for the American Centrifuge Project (ACP) in an Omnibus Budget Bill currently being crafted in Washington D.C., according to Bryan Davis, Scioto County Commissioner. A Continuing Resolution (CR) was passed by federal lawmakers, funding government ope...

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