Our veterans deserve the benefits they earned by serving our nation in uniform. I am honored to represent Ohio’s 900,000 veterans as a member of the Senate Committee on Veterans’ Affairs. For more than 145 years, Ohio has been a leader in veterans’ services – from founding one of the nation’s first chapters of the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) in Columbus, to establishing the nation’s first VA hospital in Dayton, to our extraordinary system of county veterans’ service offices today. As your Senator, I am working to ensure Ohio remains a leader in serving those who served us.
- Posted on 10/22/2014
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Senator Brown to Present Cincinnati Veteran with Purple Heart, Six Additional Service Medals More Than 44 Years OverduePosted on 10/17/2014
At Commons at Livingston, Sen. Brown Announces Plan to Further Reduce Homelessness Among Central Ohio VeteransPosted on 10/16/2014
Brown Secures $6.1 Million in Federal Funds to Retrain More Than 600 Unemployed Workers and Veterans for New Careers in Northwest OhioPosted on 10/15/2014
Brown Announces More Than $60,000 in New Federal Funds to Provide Housing and Medical Assistance for Homeless Veterans in LorainPosted on 10/1/2014
Brown Announces Nearly $75,000 in New Federal Funds to Provide Housing and Medial Assistance for Homeless Veterans in Pickaway CountyPosted on 10/1/2014