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Congressman Jim Jordan (R)
Location: Ohio (4th district)
Affiliation: Republican
Website: http://jordan.house.gov/
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Veterans
Burt York Posted 3 years ago
How can Congress fix the VA and get Veterans back to work?
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Congressman Jim Jordan Posted 3 years ago
VIDEO: Rep. Jim Jordan replies to Burt about the VA and helping Veterans.

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Ethics
John Solomon Posted 4 years ago
Is Atty General Eric Holder providing enough information to the American public on these various scandals?
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Congressman Jim Jordan Posted 4 years ago
VIDEO: Rep. Jim Jordan, (OH-04) responds to the question from John Solomon about the information being provided by the Obama administration and Attorney General Eric Holder.

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Taxes
Kraeec Posted 4 years ago
Why is no one pressing the issue to do manger tax reform like the fair tax. I have read up on this and it seem to me to be what this counrty needs.
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Energy & Environment
Jon H Posted 4 years ago
Considering the environmental, economic, geo-political, and national security issues associated with importing oil for energy, do you believe that our abundant domestic coal resources are a sensible alternative?
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Robert Hoffman Posted 4 years ago
Coal, Gas (any form, diesel, natural, etc) are killing all of us. Fracking sucks and is polluting our waters. We need more hybrid and efficient cars and solar energy now.
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Congressman Jim Jordan Posted 4 years ago
VIDEO: Rep. Jim Jordan responds to the question about America's resources and the current administration's energy policy, spending of taxpayer dollars and the practice of the federal government picking winners and losers.

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