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Congresswoman Joyce Beatty

Representing the 3rd District of Ohio

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Read more below, or please contact my office for more information concerning my work and views on a whole host of issues.

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Jan 14, 2019 Press Release
Central Ohio Congressional Delegation announced the Ohio Federal Employees Impacted by Shutdown (OFIS) Hotline.
Jan 11, 2019 Announcements
January 11th is National Human Trafficking Awareness Day.
Jan 10, 2019 Announcements
Beatty and her staff are committed to helping constituents negatively affected by the ongoing government shutdown.
Jan 6, 2019 News Articles
Ohio congresswoman Joyce Beatty held the gavel as Democrats took control of the United States House of Representatives Thursday and passed a bill aimed at ending the government shutdown, but lawmakers have hit a wall.
Jan 6, 2019 News Articles
On January 6, 2019, Cathleen Marshall and the co-host of The Spectrum discussed Joyce Beatty presiding as Speaker Pro Tempore over the vote to end the government shutdown, as well as her role as a leader in Central Ohio.
Jan 6, 2019 News Articles
On January 6, 2019, Congresswoman Beatty was featured as on of Face the State's "Find of the Week," where the hosts discussed her dedication to Ohio and her rising statues within the Democratic Party.
Jan 4, 2019 News Articles
For some women and girls, the 116th congress represents more than just districts across the country, but possibilities. Especially as firsts like Minnesota's Ilhan Omar took the oath of office in Washington D.C. on Thursday.
Jan 3, 2019 Press Release
On the historic first day of the 116th Congress, Beatty will serve as Speaker Pro Tempore for the important vote to end the 13-day long government shutdown.
Jan 3, 2019 News Articles
On January 3, 2019, NBC4 reported on Rep. Beatty's swearing in as Vice Chair of the largest Congressional Black Caucus in history.
Jan 3, 2019 News Articles
The federal government is approaching week two of a partial shutdown, but among House Democrats, the mood was joyous Thursday even as the chamber they now control approved two spending bills to reopen the government that have no chance of becoming law.

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