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Sen. Brown Presents National Award to Ohio Company In Toledo

Sen. Brown visited the SSOE Group in Toledo to present the company with an Export Achievement Certificate from the U.S. Department of Commerce and to discuss efforts to increase Ohio exports. Brown, one of three Democratic Senators appointed to serve on the President’s Export Council, discussed his role on the Council and detailed the National Export Initiative, a five-year plan designed to double American exports.

 Sen. Brown Visits Nation's Largest Yogurt Production Facility in Minister

Sen. Brown visited the largest yogurt production facility in the U.S. in Minster. Brown toured the Dannon facility and met with its workers. Dannon has operated its plant in Minster for more than 40 years and its workers are represented by the Bakery, Confectionary, Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers (BCTGM) Local 19.

Sen. Brown Marks Completion of Mound Site Clean-up Efforts at Ceremony

Sen. Brown visited the Miamisburg Mound Site to mark the completion of the clean-up process at Mound. Brown has been a strong advocate for cleanup funds at the 305-acre site and led the fight to secure Recovery Act funds to enable the full completion of the site. Brown was joined by business and community leaders to discuss proposals to bring new business tenants to the site.

Sen. Brown Visits GE Lamp Plant in Bucyrus to Celebrate 130 New Jobs

Sen. Brown visited the GE Lamp plant in Bucyrus on to celebrate a new $60 million investment that will create up to 130 new jobs for Ohioans.

 Sen. Brown Discusses Jobs, Housing, and Education with Black Clergy Leaders in Cleveland
Sen. Brown attended a forum with African American Ministers at the Pentecostal Church of Christ in Cleveland. Brown was joined by Ohio Attorney General Richard Cordray. Bishop J. Delano Ellis and Pastor Sabrina Ellis hosted the forum, which focused on education, healthcare, housing, the economy, and other issues important to Northeast Ohio.

Sen. Browns Constituent Coffee 9-16-10
If you are an Ohio Constituent visiting Washington, DC you are invited to my weekly constituent coffee. My staff and I hold these coffees in order to stay in touch with Ohioans and get feedback on how we are doing. Feel free to stop by. Coffees are generally held on Thursdays when the Senate is in session in room SVC 201 of the Capitol Visitors Center from 8:30 to 9:15 AM. For more information, see the coffee section on my homepage.

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.

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