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The passage of the CRIB Act is an important step forward in getting moms and babies in Ohio care that best fits their needs. Now we need to get it across the finish line and to the President’s desk.
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Sherrod Brown Sep 21
Proud to stand with in the fight to protect Lake Erie. Today, our language protecting Lake Erie was signed into law. It'll help us keep the Lake clean, keep the channel open for business, and ensure the Lake remains a viable resource for generations to come.
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Sherrod Brown Sep 21
All Vietnam veterans exposed to Agent Orange deserve health care and benefits. The needs to expand these benefits to all Vietnam veterans, whether they served on the ground or at sea.
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Sherrod Brown Sep 21
It’s always great to watch Ohioans follow their dreams – particularly when they’re this delicious.
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Sherrod Brown Sep 20
After announcing a $24.5 billion stock buyback, plans to cut more than 26,000 jobs over the next 3 years. So much for the jobs in the ”Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.”
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Sherrod Brown Sep 20
Good to be in Lakewood to celebrate the passage of our bill that’ll help customers save money at the pharmacy counter. The purpose of prescription drugs is to allow Ohioans to live longer, healthier lives – not to line the pockets of Big Pharma executives.
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Sherrod Brown Sep 19
One out of every eight jobs in Ohio is connected to agriculture – glad to fight for their priorities in the Senate.
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Sherrod Brown Sep 18
Wishing an easy and meaningful fast to all observing Yom Kippur. G’mar Chatimah Tovah.
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Sherrod Brown Sep 18
A very happy birthday to the , which turns 71 today – and thanks to the Ohio men and women at our state’s Air Force installations, for their service to our country.
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Sherrod Brown Sep 18
Too many Ohioans still struggle to afford the medicine they need, and too often, the culprit is price gouging by Big Pharma. This bipartisan bill will help save Ohioans money, improve health care, and increase transparency in the pharmaceutical industry.
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Sherrod Brown Sep 18
This change was not made with our servicemembers in mind – the wasn’t even consulted. We cannot abandon our duty to protect our servicemembers and their families under the Military Lending Act.
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Sherrod Brown Sep 17
Proud to work with to get significant, bipartisan legislation signed into law to stop dangerous drugs at the border and keep them out of Ohio communities.
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Sherrod Brown Sep 17
Too many victims of the opioid epidemic are the infants born to mothers who struggle with addiction. This is an important step forward in getting moms and babies in Ohio care that best fits their needs. -SB
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Sherrod Brown Sep 16
Our thoughts are with all those affected by this deadly storm – including the loved ones of those who lost their lives. Thank you to everyone aiding the relief efforts.
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Sherrod Brown Sep 15
Replying to @SenSherrodBrown
Truly learning the lessons of the economic crisis means standing on the side of American workers and families – whether it’s on affordable housing or consumer protections, pensions or protecting taxpayers from bailouts.
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Sherrod Brown Sep 15
Replying to @SenSherrodBrown
After the crisis, we passed Wall St reform and put in place strong rules so Main St would never again be forced to bail out Wall St. But under this admin & this Congress, big banks and their lobbyists are scoring touchdown after touchdown at the expense of hardworking families.
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Sherrod Brown Sep 15
Ten years ago today, the investment bank Lehman Brothers collapsed, paving the way for the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression.
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Sherrod Brown Sep 14
The Supreme Court’s decision in Obergefell v. Hodges finally put our nation on the right side of history, as marriage equality became law of the land. Justice Kavanaugh’s refusal to recognize that last week is alarming.
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Sherrod Brown Sep 14
These brave Ohioans represent the best of our state. Grateful to have them helping on the ground in North Carolina.
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Sherrod Brown Sep 14
Replying to @SenSherrodBrown
This would also rob workers of their right to bargain with their employer, by absolving corporations of their responsibility to participate in collective bargaining – and that’s unacceptable. Every corporation with control over workers’ jobs must be at the bargaining table.
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