Brown introduces bipartisan legislation that combines job training, addiction treatment

Mansfield News Journal

WASHINGTON, D.C. - People who are struggling with addiction are less likely to stay clean if they don't have a job.

Employers are less likely to succeed if they can't find enough workers.

U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, made those points during a conference call Wednesday in which he announced bipartisan legislation to address the workforce shortage created by the addiction crisis.

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