Marcy Kaptur

Woodson: Trump Has Opportunity to Protect Steel Industry

President Donald J. Trump campaigned in Wisconsin, Ohio, and Pennsylvania on a campaign to bring jobs home to America. The Trump Administration has been working on a “steel investigation” to study the national security implications of Chinese dumping of steel on the world markets. Right now, President Trump can keep his promise to bring back coal, steel, and energy jobs back to American workers.

The US Department of Commerce has launched "dumping" proceedings against foreign steel firms, including two German producers -- suspecting they may be selling stock at unfairly low prices to undercut US producers

Only Two House Democrats Vote for Obama Budget

President Obama’s budget failed in the House of Representatives today with only two Democratic members voting for it, the latest in a series of instances in which congressional Democrats have emphatically opposed the president’s budgets when put to a vote.

Only Two House Democrats Vote for Obama Budget

Rep. Marcy Kaptur Has Failed Ohio

The heartland of our state has had its guts kicked in by recession and is now laden with closed factories, struggling farms, abandoned homes, and desperately high unemployment. Our formerly proud big cities are now shadows of the productive powerhouses

Rep. Marcy Kaptur Has Failed Ohio

Dem Hill Aide: Military Training Is 'Faux' Training

Last week, Steve Fought, spokesman for Dem Rep. Marcy Kaptur, lashed out at Kaptur’s election opponent, Samuel “Joe the Plumber” Wurzelbacher, calling him “Joe the Faux Plumber.” Ever since Joe was thrust onto the national stage he’s had to face charges

Dem Hill Aide: Military Training Is 'Faux' Training

Left And Kucinich Lose In Ohio

Democrat Marcy Kaptur beat the far left’s leading light and light-weight Democrat Dennis Kucinich after the two were forced to face off due to redistricting in Ohio. It was a loss for the left in American, as evidenced by the

Left And Kucinich Lose In Ohio

Joe The Plumber Running for Congress in Ohio

TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) – Joe the Plumber is plunging into politics. The Ohio man who became a household name after questioning Barack Obama about his economic policies during the 2008 campaign has filed paperwork to run for Congress. Samuel “Joe”