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July 2015

Sen. Brown Introduces Bill to Ban Colleges from Spending Federal Financial Aid Dollars on Marketing and Recruiting
Brown, Portman Legislation to Rename the Grove City U.S. Post Office to Honor Native Joseph W. Riley Advances in the Senate
During Hearing On Veteran Homelessness, Brown Announces Support For Bill To Improve Programs For Homeless Veterans And Their Families
As ITT Students Protest Deceptive Practices, Brown Calls on Department of Education to Protect Students Attending for-Profit Colleges
Brown Helps Pass Bill Through Committee to Give a Cost of Living Increase to Veterans
In Response to 2014 Shooting at Dayton VA, Brown Calls on Veterans Affairs Secretary to Designate VA Police as Law Enforcement Officers
Brown Highlights Initiative to Hire Veterans During Visit to Scotts Miracle-Gro

June 2015

During Visit To Warren County, Brown Highlights Business Working To Provide Better Care To Veterans Suffering From Brain Injury And Depression
Following the Anniversary of The GI Bill, Sen. Brown Announces Bill to Protect Servicemembers and Veterans from Exploitation by For-Profit Colleges
Following Action By Sens. Brown, Merkley, and Wyden, VA Finalizes Rule to Extend Benefits to Reservists Exposed to Agent Orange Residue
Sens. Brown, Merkley, and Wyden Block Veterans Affairs Nominee Confirmation Until Administration Responds to Demands for Benefits for C-123 Reservists Exposed to Agent Orange Residue
After Hearing from Urbana Veteran, Brown Adds Provision to Defense Bill to Help Military Retirees Quit Smoking

May 2015

Brown Announces Senate Passage of Bill to Expand Veterans’ Healthcare Options
Brown And Tillis Introduce Legislation To Enhance Educational Benefits For Family Members Of Service Members Killed In The Line Of Duty
Brown Announces Senate Passage of His Legislation to Provide Fathers of Fallen or Disabled Servicemembers with Federal Hiring Preferences

April 2015

Brown Urges Veterans Affairs Secretary McDonald to Expand Benefits for C-123 Veterans Exposed to Agent Orange Residue
Brown Calls on Administration to Protect Servicemembers and Veterans from Exploitation by For-Profit Colleges
During a Ceremony on Friday, Sen. Brown and Mayor Cranley Present Purple Heart to Southwest Ohio Vietnam Veteran

March 2015

Following His Urging, Brown Announces That VA Will Change Mileage Requirements for Veterans Seeking Medical Care

February 2015

Brown Presses Secretary McDonald on Veterans’ Healthcare Options