Press Releases

July 2017

Brown Helps Protect Jobs, Secure Funding Security for Piketon

May 2017

Brown, Portman Introduce Bipartisan Bill To Help More Ohioans Get Addiction Treatment
Brown Announces More than $19,000 in Federal Funds to Support and Protect Firefighters in Medina County
Brown Announces More than $198,000 in Federal Funds to Support and Protect Firefighters in Lucas County
After Securing Funding to Protect Lake Erie, Brown Meets with Lake Erie Businesses to Discuss Importance of Keeping Great Lakes Healthy
Brown Announces $160 Million to Combat Opioid Epidemic
Brown, Portman Announce $300 Million for Great Lakes in Funding Package

April 2017

Video Update: Brown Stands with Miners to Fight for Permanent Healthcare
With Deadline Approaching, Brown Joins Ohio Miner to Outline Bipartisan Efforts to Protect Healthcare for Ohio Coalminers
Brown Announces More Than $100,000 in Federal Funds to Support and Protect Firefighters in Stark County
Brown Announces More Than $50,000 in Federal Funds to Strengthen and Support Emergency Medical Services in Miami County

March 2017

Brown Statement on Budget

February 2016

Brown Announces President’s Budget Includes more than $675 Million for Federal Programs that Provide Critical Resources to Ohio Police Departments
Brown Applauds Funding for Children’s Hospitals Graduate Medical Education Program in President’s Budget
Brown Applauds Inclusion of $12.6 Million for Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in President’s Budget
Brown Applauds President’s Proposal to Extend Funding for The Children’s Health Insurance Program Through 2019

December 2015

Brown Highlights Important Provisions of Appropriations Bill that will Benefit Northwest Ohio
Brown Highlights Important Provisions of Appropriations Bill that will Benefit Southwest Ohio
Brown Lauds Funding for Federal Programs that Eliminate Deadly Lead-Based Paint Hazards from Homes and Monitor Lead Exposure in Children
Brown, Blunt Legislation to Ensure More Breast Cancer Patients are Informed of Post-Surgery Treatment Options Passes with Appropriations Bill