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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Sherrod Brown
Washington, D.C., high school teacher Robert Geremia says that his still-hefty student loan bills are hurting not just his pocketbook but the U.S. economy.
Ohio's Democratic U.S. senator says early documentation of military service incidents could help veterans later when they seek treatment.
Sen. Sherrod Brown, Ohio Democrat, said Thursday that Democratic lawmakers will continue to push for a vote in the House on extending unemployment insurance.
Northwestern University athletes trying to unionize presented their case to lawmakers Wednesday after a federal agency said they have the same rights to bargain collectively as other workers.
Northwestern University athletes pressed their case for collective bargaining rights during meetings Wednesday with lawmakers, as a vote was scheduled for them to decide whether to authorize a union.
Ohio's U.S. senators and other members of the state's congressional delegation are pushing for extension of a health coverage tax credit they say is particularly important for Delphi salaried retirees.
Cincinnati's fire department has received more than $8 million in federal funding to hire firefighters as part of a federal program aimed at improving emergency response.
Ohio's U.S. senators and a congressman are again urging the Army Corps of Engineers to support federally-funded flood control along the Blanchard River in northwest Ohio.
Neither of Ohio's professional football teams made it to this year's Super Bowl, but the state is contributing to the big event in other ways.
Far from ending the debate over President Obama's health care law, last month's Supreme Court ruling has only stoked the partisan battle over the issue, with both parties taking to the airwaves and the Internet to try to frame the landmark decision ahead of November's elections.