No family should ever be one emergency room visit away from financial disaster. That’s why I’ve fought to to improve the nation’s health care system to help millions of Ohioans receive the quality, affordable health care they need – from working families to senior citizens to small business owners to children. And I’ve fought to require insurance companies spend consumer’s premium dollars on providing actual care, not overhead expenses and executive salaries. I will also continue to fight to protect Medicare for seniors and improve the affordability and accessibility of health care for all Ohioans. It’s also critical to ensure the health and well-being of our nation’s children. From reversing the disparity in medical research spending on pediatric diseases to ensuring access to comprehensive health care – including oral health care – our nation’s children should be a priority.
With Record Number of Ohioans Dying from Drug Overdose, Sen. Brown Announces Legislation That Would Substantially Increase Access to Drug Treatment for People Addicted to OpiatesPosted on 9/15/2014
With More Than 23,000 Americans Dying From Antibiotic-Resistant Infections Each Year, Sen. Brown and CDC Director Discuss Ohio Efforts to Combat Antibiotic ResistancePosted on 9/4/2014
- Posted on 9/4/2014
With Ohio Ranking Worst in Nation for African American Infant Mortality and 48th in Nation Across All Births, Brown Announces Landmark Legislation to Enhance Awareness Around Sudden Unexpected Infant and Child DeathsPosted on 9/3/2014
- Posted on 9/3/2014
With Record Number of Ohioans Dying from Drug Overdose, Sen. Brown Announces Legislation that Would Substantially Increase Access to Drug Treatment for People Addicted to OpiatesPosted on 9/2/2014 |
- Posted on 8/28/2014