Steve Chabot

Steve Chabot

Congressman Steve Chabot represents Ohio's First District. Chabot, a Republican, was first elected to Congress in 1994 and is serving his sixth term. Chabot is the Chairman of the House Subcommittee on the Constitution and the Vice-Chairman of the Subcommittee on the Middle East. He was also appointed by President Bush to be the Congressional Representative to the 56th Session of the United Nations General Assembly.

Congressman Chabot is one of Congress's leading advocates for fiscal responsibility -- voting consistently to eliminate wasteful spending and reduce the excessive tax burden on hard-working Americans. Nonpartisan taxpayer advocacy groups such as Citizens Against Government Waste, the Concord Coalition, and the National Taxpayers Union consistently rate Chabot as one of the most pro-taxpayer members of Congress.

Congressman Chabot, also served as a House Manager during the Senate impeachment trial of President Clinton. Chabot received praise for his even-handed and thoughtful approach to the trial.

Chabot has helped lead efforts to block taxation of the Internet, pass product liability reform measures, and toughen anti-drug laws. He is an outspoken defender of individual privacy rights.

Congressman Chabot is a member of the Judiciary, Small Business and International Relations Committees.

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Congressman Steve Chabot talks with Jim Blasingame about several issues that are before Congress that impact small businesses, including the debate over lifting the ban on drilling for oil in the U.S.
Want to hear what a true champion of small business sounds like? Ohio Congressman Steve Chabot (R) joins Jim Blasingame for another visit to talk about what he is doing to champion small business interests in Congress, plus what some are doing that could hurt us, and what we can do to stop them.
Is the government stimulus package going to be good for your small business? Congressman Chabot talks with Jim about the results of Super Tuesday's primaries, and then they discuss some of the details of the stimulus package, which Jim is opposed to.