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  • Jordan named Friend of Farm Bureau, tours local agriculture businesses
    Posted in Press Release on October 18, 2016 | Preview rr
    Tags: Agriculture

    This week, Congressman Jim Jordan (R-Urbana) toured farms and other businesses in a special focus on the Fourth District’s agriculture industry. The American Farm Bureau Federation Board of Directors named Rep. Jordan a “Friend of Farm Bureau” this year – an honor awarded each Congress to legislators who support the agriculture industry through their votes. Legislators are nominated by their respective state Farm Bureaus based on voting records, the number of bills sponsored and co-sponsored and... Read more

  • Jordan statement on Congressman Tim Huelskamp (R-KS)
    Posted in Press Release on August 3, 2016 | Preview rr
    Tags: Government Reform, Agriculture

    Congressman Jim Jordan, chairman of the House Freedom Caucus, released the following statement: “Our colleague Tim Huelskamp (R-KS) is a fifth generation farmer and conservative Republican who, since the day he was elected, has stood up for the values of the families and taxpayers in his district. “At times, Tim’s commitment to fighting for smaller, more accountable government required him to stand up and say no to ‘business as usual’ in Washington. “For this, he was punished by the same party i... Read more

  • Jordan praises Dave Yost for congressional testimony about Ohio welfare system
    Posted in Press Release on July 7, 2016 | Preview rr
    Tags: Government Reform, Agriculture

    Congressman Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) praised Ohio State Auditor Dave Yost for his testimony before the House Committee on Agriculture yesterday regarding his findings of waste, fraud and abuse within Ohio’s food stamp program. Rep. Jordan made the following comments: “The US has over 75 federally-funded, means-tested welfare programs, many of which have examples of waste, fraud and abuse. Dave Yost has done a good job as state auditor in pointing out some of the problems that need to be fixed in Ohio... Read more