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

Mar 04, 2024

WASHINGTON, D.C.U.S. Congressman Max Miller (OH-07) had a great schedule last week while he was in the district and in Washington, D.C., during which he visited businesses, participated in committee activity, and voted to keep the government open. 

Here are highlights of Congressman Miller’s engagements for the week of February 26 through March 2, 2024: 

MONDAY, February 26 

Congressman Miller visited Welser Profile North America. During the visit, the Congressman toured the facility and learned about the steel products that Welser has been making for 11 generations. The Congressman also had the opportunity to participate in a town hall discussion with Welser’s employees where they discussed issues relating to workforce shortages, immigration, and workplace safety regulations. 

Congressman Miller visited Fuserashi International Technologies (F.I.T). During the meeting, Congressman Miller met with F.I.T leadership and discussed issues important to them such as federal research and development tax credits, workforce shortages, and automation. The Congressman also toured the facility and saw the production of the steel products that they manufacture, primarily for the automotive industry.  

TUESDAY, February 27 

Congressman Miller visited Brunswick High School where he met with Youth Opportunities Unlimited (Y.O.U.) President and CEO Craig Dorn, Jobs for Ohio’s Graduates (JOG) Executive Director Chris Canova, and Brunswick High School Principal Keith Merrill. The Congressman learned about the partnership between Y.O.U, JOG, and Brunswick High School, which provides programming, support, and training to at-risk students, with a specific emphasis on graduation and making a successful transition into the workforce. Congressman Miller also spoke with several current JOG students to hear about their experiences with the program.     

WEDNESDAY, February 28 

Congressman Miller met with NASA Glenn Research Center Director Jimmy Kenyon and Deputy Director Dawn Schaible during their visit to Washington, D.C. During the meeting, Dr. Kenyon discussed NASA Glenn’s work on the Artemis program and provided an in-depth update on the Center’s goals for the year. 

Congressman Miller met with representatives from Ideastream Public Media in his Washington, D.C. office. Ideastream serves 22 Ohio counties, including all four counties that make up Ohio’s Seventh Congressional District. During the meeting, the Congressman learned more about how the stations utilize funding from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.  

THURSDAY, February 29 

Congressman Miller participated in a roundtable discussion with Members of the House Agriculture Committee and Commissioners from the Commodity Futures Trading Commission. The Commissioners provided their perspective on important issues facing the derivatives markets, the upcoming work of the Commission, and policies for the Committee to consider during the Farm Bill reauthorization process. 

Congressman Miller voted in support of the short-term stop-gap funding bill which passed the House by a vote of 320-99. The House of Representatives will look to pass a tranche of six appropriations bills next week, which are likely to include more than $17 million in federal resources for Ohio’s Seventh Congressional District that Congressman Miller fought to secure.  

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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