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Congresswoman Joyce Beatty

Representing the 3rd District of Ohio

Women

 

Beatty on Women's Issues

Women have made great strides throughout our country’s history. Yet, much more needs to be done to address the social, economic, and political disparities that still exist and that present unique challenges to women.

Read more below, or please contact my office for more information concerning my work and views on Women’s Issues.

More on Women

Apr 3, 2017 Press Release
New legislation would lift barriers that have prevented the Federal Government, States, and victims of sex trafficking from pursuing justice against America’s modern-day slave markets.
Mar 24, 2017 News Articles
In the 101 years since Jeanette Rankin took office, plenty has changed in the United States. The strength and leadership of women, however, has not.
Mar 21, 2017 News Articles
Congresswoman Beatty writes about her new bill for The Hill newspaper.
Mar 21, 2017 News Articles
Beatty said the new bill “is further endangering the health and well-being of our country’s most vulnerable citizens — all to win support for Republican-care from the far-right."
Mar 16, 2017 News Articles
United State of Women spoke with Congresswoman Beatty about financial literacy, owning a business, and her experience as the first female Democratic House Leader in Ohio’s history.
Mar 7, 2017 Press Release
It is painfully obvious that "Trumpcare" is going to be a prescription for disaster for our seniors, women, people with disabilities, the sick and countless working families.
Mar 6, 2017 News Articles
Congresswoman Beatty joined Congresswoman Marcia Fudge (OH-11) and 23rd President of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Dr. Paulette Walker to talk about the importance of Delta Days.
Mar 1, 2017 Announcements
March is Women’s History Month
Mar 1, 2017 News Articles
Reps. Beatty, Clarke and Jeffries react to the Presidential Address to a Joint Session of the 115th Congress.
Feb 8, 2017 News Articles
Before the Senate confirmed Sen. Jeff Sessions as President Donald Trump’s attorney general on a 52-47 vote, 13 black caucus Democrats took to video and read a letter by the late Martin Luther King’s widow critical of the Alabama Republican - the same letter that got Warren, D-Mass., barred from speaking on the Senate floor after she read from it Tuesday night.

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