U.S. Congressman Max Miller’s Week in Review

Jun 17, 2024
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WASHINGTON, D.C.Below are the highlights of U.S. Congressman Max Miller’s (OH-07) schedule from the week of June 10 along with highlights of his staff’s engagement with constituents. 

WEDNESDAY, June 12

  • Congressman Miller met with representatives of the Ohio Home Builders Association (OHBA) who were in Washington, DC for the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) annual fly-in. The NAHB, a trade association that represents America’s home building, development, and modeling industry, has a membership of more than 140,000 professionals. OHBA, NAHB’s state affiliate, has more than 4,500 members. The group briefed the Congressman on various issues, including ways to curb inflation and ease the housing affordability crisis by building more houses. Representatives from the group included Merle Stutzman of Wayne County. Pictures from the meeting can be found here 
  • Congressman Miller met with members of the Associated Equipment Distributors. During the meeting, the group discussed several policy priorities including making full expensing permanent, the Agricultural Right to Repair Act, and the industry’s skilled workforce shortage. The Congressman briefed the group on his latest piece of legislation, the American Workforce Act, which will create a voucher program for employers to hire and train employees. Attendees from the meeting included Ohio CAT Chief Administrative Officer Melissa Brooks and Ditch Witch Mid-States President Matt Di Iorio. 
  • Congressman Miller voted to hold Attorney General Merrick Garland in Contempt of Congress.  

THURSDAY, June 13 

  • Congressman Miller participated in a meeting with the Republican Conference with special guest President Donald Trump.  
  • Congressman Miller spoke on the House Floor in recognition of students from Medina County who took the Oath of Enlistment. Last month, 21 students from around the county raised their hands at Brunswick High School to swear to “defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic.” The students will join various branches of the Armed Forces after their graduation this year. The Congressman’s remarks can be found here
  • Congressman Miller met with representatives from the Cleveland Clinic who were in town for the Children’s Hospital Family Advocacy Day (FAD) fly-in. Each year, FAD brings a patient of the facility to share stories with lawmakers about the unique role children’s hospitals play in the wellness and health in their districts. This year, Morgan Roberts of Lakewood attended and shared her incredible health journey with the Congressman.  
  • Congressman Miller met with this year’s winners of the Congressional Award. The Congressional Award, which was established by Congress in 1979, recognizes students for their initiative, service, and overall achievement. This is the highest award Congress bestows on young leaders. This year the recipients of the award were Maya Nayar of Solon and Zachary DeVor of Rocky River. Pictures of the Congressman and students can be found here.  
     
  • Congressman Miller met with a group from the Akron Children’s Hospital as part of the Children’s Hospital FAD fly-in. The Akron Children’s Hospital is a pediatric acute care hospital in Northeast Ohio that provides care for infants, children, and young adults up to the age of 21. This year, the parents of Lucas Ransom, Beth and Brendt, attended the meeting and briefed the Congressman on their son’s inspiring journey. 

FRIDAY, June 14 

  • Congressman Miller joined more than 100 local leaders at the Greater Cleveland Partnership’s Empowering Local Leadership Conference in Washington, D.C. The two-day event, arranged by the Greater Cleveland Partnership in conjunction with the Northeast Ohio Mayors and City Managers Association and the Cuyahoga County Mayors and City Managers Association, brought the region’s stakeholders together with federal officials. In addition to Congressman Miller, the group heard from Congressman Dave Joyce, Congresswoman Shontel Brown, and Congresswoman Emilia Sykes. After hearing from the region’s congressional representatives, House Agriculture Committee Chairman Glenn Thompson spoke about the Committee’s work on the Farm Bill, and administration officials spoke about programs important to small businesses and local governments. Pictures from the event can be found here.  
  • Congressman Miller voted to pass the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). 

Congressman Miller’s Team represented him at the following meetings and events: 

  • a presentation with the United Way of Medina and Summit County, 
  • a graduation ceremony for the Medina Valor Court, 
  • meeting with Montville Township Trustees, 
  • the quarterly Congressional briefing with the Veterans Health Administration, 
  • a ribbon cutting for LEARN CPR in Wadsworth,  
  • the grand opening ceremony of Phoenix Theatres in North Olmsted,  
  • a reception with the Greater Cleveland Partnership, 
  • an event with the Ohio Sea Grant, 
  • a ribbon cutting for Romancing the Walls in Medina, 
  • the 25th anniversary celebration of the Gardeners Cottage in Medina, 
  • a groundbreaking event for the Acme Fresh Market in Medina,  
  • a ribbon cutting for Reform and Restore Pilates in Medina,  
  • meeting with the Wooster Climate Alliance,  
  • meeting with Bread for the World, 
  • meeting with the Ohio Domestic Violence Network,  
  • meeting with Northeast Ohio Music Educators, and 
  • meeting with the University Hospital Rainbow Children’s Hospital. 

Editor’s note regarding Congressman Miller: 

Congressman Max Miller represents Ohio’s Seventh District which includes Medina and Wayne counties as well as parts of Cuyahoga and Holmes counties. Miller serves on the House Agriculture Committee and the House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology, for which he is also Chairman of the Environment Subcommittee. The Republican freshman members selected Miller as their representative to the Republican Steering Committee.  He is a member of the Republican Study Committee, Main Street Caucus, and the Congressional Jewish Caucus. Before joining Congress, Miller spent six years in the Marine Corps Reserves and served in several senior positions for President Donald Trump. Please visit http://maxmiller.house.gov for more information. 

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