2,100 Youth March in We Are The Majority Rally

COLUMBUS—More than 2,100 middle and high school students across Ohio marched in downtown Columbus as part of the 7th annual We Are The Majority Rally (WATM Rally) to celebrate healthy lifestyles and advocate for youth-led prevention.

Brown Chairs Second Hearing Of Bipartisan Joint Select Committee On Pensions

WASHINGTON, DC April 18, 2018 – U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH) joined Senator Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) today to hold the second hearing of the bipartisan House-Senate committee tasked with solving the pending pension crisis threatening small businesses and 1.5 million workers and retirees nationwide.

Brown Demands Answers Following General Motors Layoffs In Lordstown

WASHINGTON, DC April 17, 2018 – Today, U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) demanded answers from General Motors (GM) after the company announced plans to lay off 1,500 Ohioans at the Chevy Cruze plant in Lordstown, and eliminate potentially hundreds of additional auto supply chain jobs across Ohio.

Eight Arrested in Undercover Operation Aimed at Reducing Demand for Sex Trafficking

WARREN, April 19, 2018—Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine and Warren Police Chief Eric Merkel today announced that an undercover operation aimed at reducing demand for sex trafficking has led to the arrests of eight men, including one suspect who investigators believe was allegedly attempting to recruit an undercover officer into the sex trade.

Naloxone Rebate Extended, More than $730,000 Saved

COLUMBUS, April 12, 2018 — Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine announced today that a rebate agreement that has saved Ohio agencies more than $730,000 on the cost of naloxone has been extended for another year.

On Tax Day, House Dems push tax reform that puts families first Say package offers solutions that allow working families to get ahead

COLUMBUS, April 17, 2018- Marking National Tax Day, House Democratic lawmakers today detailed a state tax reform package they say will make life better for families in the Buckeye State. After seven years of Republican tax policies benefitting the wealthiest one-percent, Democratic lawmakers say the tax responsibility has been unfairly shifted to middle-class and working families.