Their plan would require that institutions with more than $500 billion in assets — namely, the six mentioned above — meet a capital reserve requirement of 15%.
“These murals are representations of Cincinnati,” Brown said Friday.
U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, applauded a bill passed by the Senate Wednesday which he said would strengthen the state’s water commerce.
“…this problem does not have to touch another family, or take another life.”
In a letter, the senators urged major U.S. and European retailers to seek legally-binding global accords to ensure worker safety…
Brown met Moniz last month to discuss Ohio priorities and ensure that the American Centrifuge Plant in Piketon, which he said would help create 4,000 jobs in southern Ohio…
In case you missed it — check out Sherrod on MSNBC’s Hardball with Chris Matthews talking about the IRS and wrongful tax breaks.