Our veterans deserve the benefits they have earned while serving our country. Our commitment to them and their families after they transition out of the military must match their commitment to us. Sen. Brown is honored to represent Ohio’s 900,000 veterans as the only Ohio Senator to serve a full term on the Senate Committee on Veterans’ Affairs. With key moments in our nation’s veterans history occurring in Ohio, from the founding of Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) in Columbus, to establishing the nation’s first VA hospital in Dayton, Sen. Brown will continue to listen, advocate, and address issues and problems affecting Ohio and those who have served us.
Sen. Brown Introduces Bill to Ban Colleges from Spending Federal Financial Aid Dollars on Marketing and RecruitingPosted on 7/30/2015 |
Brown, Portman Legislation to Rename the Grove City U.S. Post Office to Honor Native Joseph W. Riley Advances in the SenatePosted on 7/29/2015
During Hearing On Veteran Homelessness, Brown Announces Support For Bill To Improve Programs For Homeless Veterans And Their FamiliesPosted on 7/29/2015 |
As ITT Students Protest Deceptive Practices, Brown Calls on Department of Education to Protect Students Attending for-Profit CollegesPosted on 7/27/2015 |
- Posted on 7/22/2015 |
In Response to 2014 Shooting at Dayton VA, Brown Calls on Veterans Affairs Secretary to Designate VA Police as Law Enforcement OfficersPosted on 7/16/2015
- Posted on 7/1/2015