WASHINGTON — Ohio’s senators have taken leadership roles the U.S. Senate Auto Caucus.
Republican Sen. Rob Portman will be co-chairman with Sen. Carl Levin, a Michigan Democrat. On March 26, the pair announced the kickoff of a new group of senators launching a revitalized auto caucus.

The caucus will provide a forum for senators to exchange ideas and work to improve policy on issues affecting America’s auto industry such as workforce development, regulatory issues, safety, technology and fuel efficiency, Portman said.

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