Senator Brown's bipartisan bill to keep illegal fentanyl out of Ohio was signed into law by President Trump in January after Senator Brown joined his colleague Senator Ed Markey to usher the bill to unanimous passage in the Senate at the end of last year.
The Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP), known in Ohio as "Healthy Start," has been extended for six years, protecting the healthcare of more than 209,000 Ohio children, families and pregnant mothers. Final passage of this bill comes after months of efforts by Senator Brown to get the bill passed.
Sen. Brown wrote to President Trump outlining a strategy for renegotiations of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). Brown released a four-point plan for securing the best deal for American workers.
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