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Sen. Brown visits NASA Glenn on July 6th, 2009
Sen. Brown visits NASA Glenn to talk about NASA and science in Congress as well as local economic development from science.

Sen. Brown speaks at the Health Care America Now rally outside the Capitol Building
Senator Brown spoke at the Health Care for America Now (HCAN) rally outside the U.S. Capitol Building about health care reform and the public option.

Sen.Brown introduces the Investments for Manufacturing Progress and Clean Technology (IMPACT) Act of 2009
As Congress weighs sweeping energy and climate legislation, Sen. Brown announced a new bill that would create a $30 billion revolving loan program to help auto suppliers and other small and mid-sized manufacturers retool for the clean energy industry. Brown’s bill would also expand the focus of the Hollings Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP) to include support for manufacturers transitioning to the clean energy economy.

Sen. Brown visits the Solid Waste Authority of Central Ohio
Sen. Brown visited the Solid Waste Authority of Central Ohio (SWACO). While there, he announced new legislation that would expand the use of municipal solid waste as a source of clean energy.

Sen. Brown speaks at the City Club of Cleveland
On May 27, 2009, Senator Brown spoke and took questions about health care reform at the City Club of Cleveland.

Economic Subcommittee Hearing: Manufacturing and the Credit Crisis
Sen. Brown, chairman of the U.S. Senate Banking Subcommittee on Economic Policy, invited manufacturing and business leaders for a hearing entitled “Manufacturing and the Credit Crisis.” The hearing examined the state of manufacturing amid poor economic conditions, and sought to discuss how Congress can strengthen Ohio and the nation’s manufacturing base.

Sen. Brown co-chairs HELP committee hearing, entitled:
Sen. Brown, a member of Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP) Committee, joined Sen. Edward Kennedy (D-MA) in co-chairing a HELP committee hearing, entitled: "The Swine Flu Epidemic: The Public Health and Medical Response." Brown, Kennedy and other members of the committee questioned Richard E. Besser, Acting Director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDCP) and Anthony Fauci, Director of the National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases.

At a Dayton home, Sherrod discusses jobs created through weatherization program
Senator Brown visited the home of 73-year-old Ona Bowman to discuss projected job creation and economic activity resulting from the weatherization program.

Sherrod joins displaced auto workers and business leaders to discuss new workforce development plan
Senator Sherrod Brown and U.S. Rep. Tim Ryan joined displaced auto workers and business leaders on Kent State University’s Trumbull Campus today to discuss new workforce development legislation that provides training for high-tech jobs in Northeast Ohio.

Economic Subcommittee Hearing: Lessons from the New Deal
Sen. Brown, chairman of the U.S. Senate Banking Subcommittee on Economic Policy, invited economic experts to discuss how lessons derived from the New Deal era can be applied to today’s economy at his first economic subcommittee hearing, entitled: “Lessons from the New Deal.”

2009 Ohio College Presidents' Conference
Sen. Brown hosted his second annual college and university presidents’ conference in Washington, D.C. with more than 45 presidents from colleges and universities across Ohio. Brown was joined by Arne Duncan, Secretary of the U.S. Department of Education, Sen. Patty Murray (D-WA), the Chairman of the Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions (H.E.L.P.) Subcommittee on Employment and Workplace Safety, and Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-TN), a member of the H.E.L.P Committee, in delivering remarks to Ohio higher education presidents.

Discussion about expanding access to cancer clinical trials at the James Cancer Hospital
Senator Brown held a forum March 30th, 2009 on expanding access to cancer clinical trials. Sherrod heard firsthand testimony from cancer survivors, experts, businesses, and insurance companies. Clinical trials often include cutting-edge therapies that are not available through traditional methods. Witnesses at the forum discussed how cancer clinical trials advance research and offer new treatment options, while insurance companies and business leaders will discussed how routine health costs can be covered even if patients enroll in clinical trials.

Meeting with Veterans in Columbus
This veterans roundtable was held at the Veterans Memorial Hall in Columbus on Monday March 9 . The roundtable, entitled "Are Veterans receiving the Health Care they Need? Why or Why not"? covered a wide range of issues, including the effects of exposure to Agent Orange, mental health services , disability claim processing, and hiring and promotion of veterans in VA facilities.

Speaking to the Columbus Rotary
Sherrod spoke at the Columbus Rotary meeting March 9 at the Columbus Convention Center. Sherrod discussed the economic stimulus, his admiration for the work that Rotary has done on global health issues, efforts to make Ohio the silicon valley of alternative energy and fielded questions from the audience of about 300.

Senator Brown’s tour of STERIS’ Hopkins Production Facility
On March 2, 2009, Senator Brown got a tour of STERIS’ Hopkins Production Facility.

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