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Congresswoman Joyce Beatty

Representing the 3rd District of Ohio

Local Issues

 

Beatty's Fighting for Central Ohioans

Ohio’s Third Congressional District reflects the rich diversity, vibrance, and tenacity of America. I am proud to call the Third District my home, and will continue to work tirelessly to keep it growing and prospering.

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

See also information about Our District.

More on Local Issues

Nov 15, 2019 Announcements
This week, the U.S. Joint Economic Committee held a hearing to discuss the economic outlook with Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell.
Nov 1, 2019 Announcements
Central Ohioans and their families looking to enroll or change their healthcare plan have until December 15th.
Oct 29, 2019 Press Release
Congresswoman Beatty highlights new federal grants for her district.
Oct 29, 2019 News Articles
The statistics don’t lie. The corporate leadership ranks are nearly devoid of people of color and women.
Oct 23, 2019 Press Release
Financial Services Committee hearing examines Trump's proposal to make home mortgages more expensive.
Oct 22, 2019 Press Release
Congresswoman Beatty announces latest round of federal grants.
Oct 3, 2019 Press Release
Hosts a community conversation entitled, “Rise Together: A Blueprint for Reducing Poverty in Franklin County."
Oct 1, 2019 News Articles
The Trump administration abruptly delayed a $13.5 million grant to house human trafficking victims just five days after saying that "non-citizens" could be served by the program.
Sep 30, 2019 Press Release
Ohio’s Third Congressional District has received more than $34 million in federal funds this month alone.
Sep 30, 2019 News Articles
Ohio’s U.S. representatives are splitting along party lines as Congress moves forward with an impeachment inquiry of President Trump over his soliciting of political favors from Ukraine. In Central Ohio, the physical distance is short between lawmakers sitting at different ends of that spectrum.

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