Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, chose one of the largest and oldest manufacturers in Columbus as the place to push back against alleged unfair trade practices by China.
Speaking at Columbus Castings on the South Side this morning, he urged House Speaker John Boehner, R-West Chester, to allow a vote on a trade measure that already passed the Senate.
“All we ask for in this country and all that I want for American manufacturing is a level playing field," Brown said.
Columbus Castings is a steel foundry with about 900 employees, making components for agricultural, mining and rail markets. It is the latest incarnation of a business that has operated on the site for 110 years.
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