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Sen. Brown meets with Veterans Affairs Secretary Shinseki
Sen. Brown met with U.S. Secretary Eric Shinseki to urge him to place the Veterans Affairs Health Administration (VHA) Archives at the VA Medical Center campus in Dayton.

Sen. Brown drives to meeting with Energy Secretary Chu in battery powered Chevy Equinox
Sen. Brown traveled to a meeting with the U.S. Secretary of Energy by driving a new, battery-powered vehicle electrified through technology made in the Cincinnati area.

Sen. Brown Honors Late Congresswoman Stephanie Tubbs Jones at Statue Unveiling on Case Western Campus
Sen. Brown attended the unveiling of the Stephanie Tubbs Jones Community Plaza and statue on the campus of Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland. Brown served alongside Tubbs Jones in the House of Representatives between 1999 and 2006.

Brown Joins Cleveland Housing Counselors to Commemorate One Millionth Recipient of Foreclosure Prevention Counseling
Sen. Brown joined Neighborhood Housing Services of Greater Cleveland to commemorate the one millionth customer served through the National Foreclosure Mitigation Counseling Program (NFMC) and to outline ongoing efforts to address the housing crisis. As of mid-August, one million American homeowners have received housing counseling aimed at keeping them in their homes through the National Foreclosure Mitigation Counseling Program (NFMC), which began in early 2008.

 At Lordstown Plant, Sen. Brown Celebrates First Chevy Cruze
Sen. Brown celebrated the first Chevrolet Cruze "off the line" at General Motors' Lordstown complex. In February, GM announced that it would add a third shift of workers to build the Cruze, adding 1,200 new jobs as a result.

Sen. Brown Visits Lima Tank Plant
Sen. Brown visited the Joint Systems Manufacturing Center in Lima. Brown was joined by Mark Roualet, the president of General Dynamics Land Systems, the operator of the plant.

Sen. Brown Visits Clean Energy Jobs Training Site in Lucasville
Sen. Brown visited the Scioto County Career and Technical Center, a clean energy jobs training site, in Lucasville. The Ohio GROWS (Green and Renewable Opportunities for Workers) project recently received nearly $5 million in new federal funds which will help train workers for jobs in the clean energy industry. Brown toured the facility and spoke with trainees.

Sen. Brown, Gov. Strickland Attend Brick Laying at SunCoke Energy Facility in Middletown
Sen. Sherrod Brown and Governor Ted Strickland attended the brick laying at the SunCoke Energy facility in Middletown. Construction began on the project in April 2010 and is expected to be completed in September 2011.

Sen. Brown, Area Manufacturers, and Community Leaders Discuss Workforce Development at Renegade Material Inc.
Sen. Brown discussed opportunities for job training and workforce development at Renegade Materials Inc. in Miamisburg. He was joined by community leaders and workers to discuss how Ohio's autoworkers displaced by the recession can retrain and retool for jobs in Ohio's growing manufacturing sectors.

Sen. Brown & Vice President Biden  At Chrysler Complex In Toledo
Sen. Brown joined Vice President Biden to visit the Chrysler Toledo Assembly Complex, which includes the main assembly plant producing the Jeep Wrangler and three of the plant’s suppliers. They discussed the success thus far of the Administration’s actions to strengthen the American auto industry. They were joined by Governor Ted Strickland and U.S. Rep. Marcy Kaptur (OH-9).

Sen. Brown Delivers Keynote Address To The Corporation For Ohio Appalachian Development In Marietta
Sen. Brown delivered the keynote address at the 2010 Corporation for Ohio Appalachian Development's (CO-AD) Annual Convention in Marietta. "On issue after issue CO-AD has ensured low-income communities have the resources needed for self-sufficient economic development," Brown said. "It's clear that this organization's advocacy and activism pushes our government to do more and to do better."

Sen. Brown in Steubenville
Sen. Brown held a discussion with Steubenville-area manufactures and met with workers at Barium & Chemicals Inc. in Steubenville. Barium & Chemicals is a family-owned business producing a variety of grades compounds such as barium, strontium, calcium, potassium, antimony, and lead.

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