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November 2014

Brown Introduces Bill to Cut Claims Backlog, Ensure Workers Affected by Black Lung Receive the Benefits They Deserve
Brown and Portman Urge Senate Leaders to Extend Health Coverage Tax Credit for Delphi Retirees
Brown's Legislation to Enhance Awareness Around Sudden Unexpected Infant and Child Deaths Passes Key Senate Committee
Brown-Sponsored Bill to Expedite Approval for Safe Sunscreen Ingredients Heads to President's Desk
Senator Brown Meets with Franklin County OB/GYN and Women's Health Advocates in Washington
Senator Brown Announces $500,000 in New Federal Resources to Expand Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services at Northeast Ohio Health Centers
Senator Brown Announces $250,000 in New Federal Resources to Expand Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services at Lawrence County Health Center
Senator Brown Announces $500,000 in New Federal Resources to Expand Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services at Western Ohio Health Centers
Senator Brown Announces $250,000 in New Federal Resources to Expand Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services at Health Center in Sandusky County
Senator Brown Announces $250,000 in New Federal Resources to Expand Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services at Cincinnati Health Center
Senator Brown Joins Dedication Ceremony for OSU James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute

October 2014

Brown Urges White House to Provide Training and Resources to Protect Transportation Workers and Help Limit the Spread of Ebola
Following Call from Senator's Brown and Portman, FDA Expedites Process to make On-Site Ebola Screening Available in Northeast Ohio
Following Tragic Death of Lorain County Teen, Brown Calls for Ban on Powdered Caffeine
Brown Calls on Federal Officials to Help Ohio Hospitals and Public Health Organizations Prepare for any Potential Ebola Threat
With Record Number of Ohioans Dying of Drug Overdose, Senator Brown Outlines Bill That Would Increase Access to Drug Treatment for People Addicted to Opiates
Brown Calls on CDC to Take Action and Eliminate Ebola Risk to Northeast Ohioans
Sen. Brown Announces $1.6 Million in Federal Funds to Cincinnati Children's Hospital to Study Treatment of Rare Disease
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 Opiates

September 2014

With Ohio Ranking Worst in Nation for African Infant Mortality and 48th in Nation for all Births, Brown Outlines Bill to Raise Awareness Around Sudden Unexpected Infant Deaths