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A bipartisan coalition of congressional lawmakers on Thursday reintroduced legislation that would federally legalize medical marijuana for military veterans.
Republican Congressman Dave Joyce (OH) on Tuesday sent a letter to President Joe Biden (D) outlining his concerns regarding punishing staffers over their cannabis use and calling on the administration to “discontinue punishment of staff for being honest about their prior cannabis use and reinstate otherwise qualified individuals to their posts.”
An erosion-control project is back in Mentor’s budget after being postponed twice.
The proposed 2021 appropriations, approved by City Council Dec. 1, included capital improvement funds for extending a 600-foot stone revetment eastward to protect the city’s Lagoons Marina.
U.S. Rep. Dave Joyce, R-Bainbridge Township, is sponsoring a bill that would create a dedicated Animal Cruelty Crimes section within the U.S. Department of Justice’s Environment and Natural Resources Division.
Three Northeast Ohio U.S. representatives are sponsoring a bill that would study the relocation of some federal agencies outside of the Washington, D.C., area.
Reps. Tim Ryan, Howland Township; Dave Joyce, R-Bainbridge Township; and Anthony Gonzalez, R-Rocky River; introduced what they called the “Federal Government Decentralization Commission Act.”
Tom Rinehart, manager of Precision Shooting, an Austintown gun store, says President Joe Biden’s gun-control executive orders are an “overreach” by the government and won’t stop violence.
“The bad guy doesn’t buy a gun at a gun store,” he said. “You could put all sorts of restrictions in place, but it still isn’t going to stop the guy bound and determined to commit a crime.”
A report by the Center for Effective Lawmaking of the last congressional session finds U.S. Rep. Dave Joyce to be one of the nation’s most effective U.S. House members while Tim Ryan and Bill Johnson aren’t.
The center, consisting of academics from the University of Virginia and Vanderbilt University, evaluates members of Congress based on 15 different metrics.
TOLEDO, Ohio — Sunday night, the Senate unanimously passed legislation to renew the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative five years and increase annual funding from $300 million to $475 million by the 2026 fiscal year.
Newswise — Park Ridge, Ill. (AANA) – In honor of National CRNA Week (Jan. 24-30, 2021), Reps.