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The Review: Sen. Sherrod Brown visits locked out steelworkers at ATI in Louisville

Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, stopped to encourage more than 100 workers locked out of a Louisville steel plant on Friday.

Brown and members of his staff interacted with members of United Steel Workers (USW) Local 1046 at the Allegheny Technologies Inc. (ATI) Flat Rolled Products plant, 1500 W. Main St., Louisville, where Mayor Pat Fallot and other city officials, including representatives of the Louisville Chamber of Commerce, joined with employees and their families on the picket line.

WKBN: Sen. Sherrod Brown touts new legislation to feed needy families

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-OH, wants to make sure low income children do not go without a meal during the summer months.

Brown spoke with the media on Thursday regarding his upcoming plans, including his Hunger Free Summer Kids Act.

Cleveland.com: Bill to aid homeless vets outlined by Sen. Sherrod Brown

CLEVELAND, Ohio – The good news, according to U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown, is that the number of homeless veterans has decreased by nearly a third, nationally, since 2009.

The bad news is that there are still an estimated 47,725 homeless veterans on any given night, added Brown during a press conference today in East Cleveland.

DS News: Senator Sherrod Brown Presses Regulators to Protect Taxpayers from Banks’ Risk-Taking

U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) recently exhorted the heads of three government regulatory agencies (the Federal Reserve, OCC, and FDIC) to protect the rules that require the largest financial institutions to hold more capital, thus limiting the same risk-taking the led to the financial crisis of seven years ago, according to an announcement on Brown’s website.

Brown wrote a letter urging Fed Chairman Janet Yellen, FDIC Chairman Martin Gruenberg, and Comptroller of the Currency Thomas Curry to resist the clamoring of Wall Street banks to weaken those minimum capital requirement rules, which Brown believes would expose taxpayers to more bailouts similar to those that occurred in 2008.

Thank a Veteran Today

Veterans and their families make so many sacrifices to answer the call of duty. They deserve leaders who stand up for them each day. Every day, I work to make sure veterans can access the benefits they have earned through their service. And while that’s an ongoing effort, today is Veterans Day, which means that…

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Cleveland.com: Sen. Sherrod Brown endorses Hillary Clinton for president

WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown, an Ohio Democrat, is endorsing Hillary Clinton for president. Brown’s endorsement could matter among Ohio primary voters next March as Clinton vies with Bernie Sanders for the party’s nomination. Brown has long embraced the progressive label, taking positions more often affiliated with colleagues such as Sanders, of Vermont,…

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Washington Post: A new emphasis on race and gender in Democratic debate

Racial justice and gender equality, issues important to a large and increasingly vocal bloc of the national electorate, finally made it to the presidential debate stage in Tuesday’s face-off between the candidates for Democratic nomination. “I believe in equal pay for equal work for women,” Hillary Rodham Clinton declared in her opening statement. “Black lives…

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