U.S. Congressman Steve Chabot 1st District of Ohio
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Chabot Again Named "Taxpayers Hero" by Council for Citizens Against Government Waste
September 12, 2008
Congressman Steve Chabot (R-Cincinnati) has again been named a “Taxpayers Hero” by the non-partisan Council for Citizens Against Government Waste (CCAGW).  Chabot was recognized for consistently voting to reduce wasteful federal spending, reform the earmark process and provide tax relief to working Americans. Chabot’s score of 97 percent ranked him among the top 14 members of the House.

Chabot Supports Resolution Commending Honor Flight
September 23, 2008
With the support of Congressman Steve Chabot (R-Cincinnati), the House of Representatives approved a resolution (H. Res. 1287) commending the Honor Flight Network for helping World War II veterans travel to the nation’s capital to visit the World War II Memorial created in their honor. Chabot is a cosponsor of the resolution.

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Saving the Delta Queen
The Steamboat Exemption
Steve's View: “The Delta Queen is a living reminder of what life was like before highways and automobiles were used to transport goods and people from one city to another. It's an experience you can't get in a museum or from the history books - you have to live it and it's worth preserving.”

Eliminating Wasteful Spending
The STOP Resolution
Steve's View: “Lawmakers must recognize that the money we spend in Washington belongs to the taxpayers and that we have been entrusted by those we represent to make responsible decisions. That means reducing wasteful spending and cutting taxes so hardworking families can keep more of the money they earn.”

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God save the Queen - before Congress sinks her
October 5, 2008 - Peter Bronson, The Cincinnati Enquirer
The Delta Queen is a wedding cake of a boat. It's a historic hotel on roller skates. A museum that floats like Ivory soap. A magical time machine that makes a lazy river stay up all night reading "Huckleberry Finn."

Delta Queen Mutiny Reigns in House
June 25, 2008 - The Marietta Register
The nearly 82-year-old Delta Queen still makes trips on the Ohio and Mississippi rivers for its overnight passengers, as most Marietta residents know, splashing along between river towns with its history and commerce in tow. That tradition will end in about four months unless Congress changes course and decides to let America’s last steam-powered Sternwheeler for overnight passengers continue its runs up and down the rivers.

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