Cincinnati, OH – Today, Congressman Greg Landsman (OH-01) released the following statement announcing town halls, updates on constituent services, and priority legislation.
In keeping with his pledge to bring new, accessible, bipartisan, and highly reliable leadership to Ohio’s First Congressional District, Congressman Landsman is announcing a series of important updates:
Congressional Town Halls
Congressman Landsman has scheduled the first three of a series of in-person congressional town halls across Ohio’s First Congressional District where all are invited to attend, ask questions, and share their thoughts:
- Evanston Recreation Center
3204 Woodburn Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45207
Saturday 1/21 @ 12:00pm-1:00pm
7200 Miami Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45243
Saturday 2/4 @ 11:00am-12:00pm
- Warren County Historical Society
105 S Broadway St, Lebanon, OH 45036
Saturday 2/11 @ 12:00pm-1:00pm
The office of Congressman Landsman has taken over nearly forty open constituent cases from the offices of Congressman Steve Chabot and Congressman Brad Wenstrup. The constituents in each case are being contacted by the office of Congressman Landsman in order to have their cases handled and discharged appropriately.
Any resident of Ohio’s First Congressional District needing assistance with a federal agency or needing help resolving a federal matter may contact Congressman Landsman’s Washington, DC office at (202) 225-2216.
Congressman Landsman has begun initial legislative work on several key priorities:
- Capping the cost of insulin for children at $35 a month
- Renewing the Child Tax Credit and expanding the Earned Income Tax Credit
- Increasing public safety grants to to equip, hire, and train local police and firefighters
“Our office is up and running, and we are ready to assist if you need help with Social Security, Medicare, VA benefits, or any other federal agency or issue.” said Congressman Landsman. “We’re working aggressively on bipartisan legislative priorities, including capping the cost of insulin for children, renewing the Child Tax Credit, expanding the Earned Income Tax Credit, and increasing public safety grants for local first responders. And as we promised all along, we look forward to hosting a series of Congressional Town Halls to make sure folks’ voices are heard every step of the way.”