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A rising tide PDF Print
Saturday, January 11, 2014 9:00 PM

BY KIRK DOUGAL

DHI Correspondent

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Some workers in Ohio received an automatic pay raise on Jan. 1 when the minimum wage increased by 10 cents to $7.95 per hour. Those workers might be feeling like they are getting the short end of the stick when they realize the same level in Connecticut, New York and Rhode Island saw their lowest wage earners receive increases from 25 to 75 cents per hour. New Jersey jumped their minimum wage by $1.

 

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Getting things done for Ohio in 2013 PDF Print
Saturday, December 28, 2013 9:00 PM

BY US SENATOR

ROB PORTMAN

 

Our nation faces many challenges, and the important work we do here in Washington on issues like job creation, the economy, the budget, healthcare reform, and foreign policy are followed closely by the press. But my job, serving the people of Ohio, is much bigger than what you see in the papers or on 24-hour cable news channels. Every day, my congressional office is working to help constituents solve problems or overcome government obstacles on issues that may not make headlines, but have a huge impact on their lives.

 
Creating jobs by investing in Ohio’s clean energy economy PDF Print
Saturday, December 21, 2013 9:00 PM

BY US SENATOR

SHERROD BROWN

 

We are a nation of builders and innovators. Harnessing that creative energy, manufacturing created a middle class that strengthened our communities and provided opportunity for countless Americans. Manufacturing helped make the middle class. In fact, manufacturing jobs have a larger multiplier effect than any other industry. For every $1.00 spent in manufacturing, another $1.48 is added to the economy.

Across Ohio, I meet with manufacturers who understand the opportunities that are being created in Ohio’s clean energy economy. Ohio has the fifth-highest number of clean energy jobs in the nation, with more than 29,000 of them in manufacturing.

 
Protecing Ohio children with lifesaving medicine for allergic reactions PDF Print
Saturday, December 14, 2013 9:03 PM

BY U.S. SENATOR SHERROD BROWN

 

Last week, I traveled to schools around the state to hear from students, nurses, parents, and health professionals about what severe allergic reactions can mean when they occur unexpectedly in a classroom, playground, or sports field. These severe allergic reactions – known as anaphylaxis – can occur within minutes of exposure to any allergen. The most common allergens that cause anaphylactic shock are food, insect stings, and medications.

 
No so common sense PDF Print
Saturday, December 14, 2013 9:02 PM

BY KIRK DOUGAL

 

“Common sense is not so common.”

- Voltaire from “A Pocket Philosophical Dictionary”

 

Every day the U.S. federal government and its agencies appear to do their best to prove Voltaire correct.

Right now the safety of the vast majority of small communities around the country is under attack. As the Affordable Care Act - Obamacare - limps and stumbles its way toward full implementation after three years, Americans continue to discover new items within the legislation that will affect them adversely.

 
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