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Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Sunday Mar 10 - 7:41pm
People who work 50 or 60 hours a week should be paid the wages they’ve earned. Period. Through this rule, the Trump Administration is breaking its promise to hardworking Americans. https://t.co/cMEZQNKl34

Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Friday Mar 8 - 3:51pm
On #InternationalWomensDay, we celebrate the trailblazing women who came before us and those who are forging new trails today. The work continues – we must not rest until there are no more barriers left to break.

Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Friday Mar 8 - 2:23pm
Across Ohio and in Washington today, our team is wearing blue to stand in solidarity with the Lordstown GM workers and the entire Lordstown community. We will continue to fight by their side to save this plant and their jobs. #SaveLordstown https://t.co/pzAw3FV9vz


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Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Thursday Mar 7 - 1:30pm
Republicans continue to put their thumbs on the scale of justice by nominating far-right, inexperienced judges who’ll put special interests ahead of the people of this country—like Eric Murphy & Chad Readler. Judges who'll try to dismantle our rights. We must always fight back. https://t.co/q641P5pbwW


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Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Thursday Mar 7 - 11:27am
On Bloody Sunday, 54 years ago today, Americans’ blood was spilt and their bones were broken fighting for the right to vote. We cannot let their sacrifices be in vain by confirming Eric Murphy, who fought to restrict the right to vote. The Senate must vote no.

Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Thursday Mar 7 - 9:43am
Our new bill, the #DebtFreeCollege Act, is an important step toward increasing college access and affordability for students who want to pursue higher education. https://t.co/TEoQZmU6cY

Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Wednesday Mar 6 - 9:35pm
That’s why I’m reintroducing the American Cars, American Jobs Act today. It will help make it more affordable for Americans to buy American-made cars & trucks, and revoke the tax cut in the President’s tax law that rewards companies sending jobs overseas. https://t.co/CN1J0XXpHq

Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Wednesday Mar 6 - 9:34pm
We need to overhaul our trade and tax policy, and end this corporate business model where companies like GM close American plants, collect a tax break to move overseas, only to sell those cars back into the U.S. Until we do, communities like Lordstown will pay the price. https://t.co/dhlspJLbTf

Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Wednesday Mar 6 - 6:04pm
All across the country, families are working harder than ever but have less and less to show for it. Our bill would help put more money back in the pockets of working families and set children up for future success. https://t.co/SNlmdUG3tL

Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Wednesday Mar 6 - 4:55pm
We speak with one voice, as proud Ohioans: racism, bigotry, and hate are not welcome in our great state. We will not tolerate threats or violence against our neighbors, and we stand with the Al-Rahman Mosque community. https://t.co/GHRhWgRs0y

Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Wednesday Mar 6 - 4:03pm
We can’t afford another judge who has made it his mission to take away Americans’ health care. Chad Readler’s work threatens the health coverage of 20 million Americans with preexisting conditions. The Senate must reject his nomination. https://t.co/QiPfThMENv


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Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Wednesday Mar 6 - 3:11pm
Sixth Circuit nominee Chad Readler wrote an oped saying we should allow the execution of 16 year old kids. At a time when we’re taking important, bipartisan steps forward on sentencing reform, how can we turn around put someone on the bench for life that supports executing kids? https://t.co/RwYzYn1PFy


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Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Wednesday Mar 6 - 2:08pm
LIVE: Sherrod joins @SenatorBennet, @rosadelauro & @RepDelBene to introduce the American Families Act. It would overhaul the existing Child Tax Credit & make it a more effective tool for supporting middle-class families with kids & reducing child poverty. https://t.co/IB0mVWz72a

Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Wednesday Mar 6 - 12:59pm
RT @AFJustice: "We can't afford another judge who has made it his mission to take away Americans' health care." - @SenSherrodBrown on why senators should reject the nomination of Chad Readler. #ProtectOurCare #StopReadler #courtsmatter https://t.co/hEfeTbhS5H


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Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Wednesday Mar 6 - 12:32pm
A heartbreaking day in Lordstown, as the last Cruze rolls off the line today. These workers are the heart and soul of GM. I stand with them and their families, and I'll continue to fight with them to save this plant and their jobs. https://t.co/qwOAB1RP1c


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Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Tuesday Mar 5 - 8:53pm
Thank you @UNCF for welcoming me to today’s State of the HBCU Address & for including me in the Honor Roll of congressional members who’ve championed HBCUs. HBCUs, like Ohio’s @wilberforce_u & @CentralState87, are essential to our higher ed system & we must always support them. https://t.co/aGEkKFrEyt


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Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Tuesday Mar 5 - 7:14pm
Chad Readler for LA Daily Journal: “Make Death Penalty for Youth Available Widely.” That's who Trump wants on the federal bench for life—someone who thinks 16 year-old kids should be executed. The Senate must do the right thing & vote no on Chad Readler. https://t.co/6zU1nDbJXD https://t.co/ozx0SDD5lX


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Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Tuesday Mar 5 - 6:42pm
President Trump’s remarks are a slap in the face to these workers that he’s done nothing to help.

Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Tuesday Mar 5 - 6:41pm
This week, GM is set to lay off thousands of workers in Lordstown, Ohio and around the country. And what’s the President’s response? Boasting nonsense and rubbing salt in these workers’ wounds. https://t.co/2mXTqZ0AsV https://t.co/XnxTmGLWev


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Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Tuesday Mar 5 - 4:24pm
Special interests already have armies of lobbyists and lawyers on their side – they don’t need judges in their pockets. The Senate must reject Chad Readler's nomination today.

Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Tuesday Mar 5 - 4:24pm
Chad Readler defended an effort by the state of Ohio to block 17-year-olds’ right to vote in a primary election if the voter would be 18 by the time of the general election. https://t.co/XEFD963NgZ

Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Tuesday Mar 5 - 4:23pm
In the landmark case Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission, Chad Readler submitted a brief arguing that businesses can refuse services to same-sex couples. https://t.co/JH4WAEfpr4

Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Tuesday Mar 5 - 4:23pm
At @TheJusticeDept, Chad Readler signed a legal brief in support of a lawsuit by the state of Texas that sought to overturn pre-existing condition protections in the ACA. The day after he signed the brief, he was nominated to the Sixth Circuit. https://t.co/iebfCzpnmg

Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Tuesday Mar 5 - 4:21pm
Chad Readler defended the Trump Administration for separating a mother and child at the border. https://t.co/e3CMGVXhBL

Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Tuesday Mar 5 - 4:20pm
Time after time, Chad Readler has worked to strip Americans of their rights. The stakes are too high to put him on the bench for life.

Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Tuesday Mar 5 - 3:05pm
The value of the ‘Made in the USA’ label is dependent on its integrity. The @FTC must do more to protect American manufacturers and consumers. https://t.co/23GH6kflap

Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Tuesday Mar 5 - 11:14am
Chad Readler is a clear and immediate threat to the health coverage of millions of Americans with preexisting conditions. The stakes for Americans’ health care are too high to put him on the bench for life. https://t.co/yYcw22e54S


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Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Tuesday Mar 5 - 11:09am
WATCH LIVE: Sherrod joins @SenateDems in speaking out about judicial nominee Chad Readler’s record of fighting to strip Americans of their healthcare rights. https://t.co/pEPiKlIeTq

Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Monday Mar 4 - 5:47pm
People who work 50 or 60 hours a week should be paid the wages they’ve earned. Period. If the Trump administration follows through on this rule, it would be breaking its promise to hardworking Americans. https://t.co/pAHqk7IPqk

Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Monday Mar 4 - 4:16pm
If you’ve been scammed, you deserve to have your day in court. Ending the use of forced arbitration in student loans, credit card agreements, and employment contracts gives working Americans a fighting chance against powerful special interests. https://t.co/Gy9cZHrSZx

Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Monday Mar 4 - 2:09pm
Instead of investing their tax savings in their world-class American workers, GM is ending the final shift in Lordstown this week and laying off thousands of workers. That’s corporate greed at its worst. https://t.co/SZFskTRAzl

Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Monday Mar 4 - 10:05am
Opening day is not far off. The sound of “play ball” and the optimism of opening day – not the loss of good-paying union jobs – should be what is on the mind of baseball fans across America. An important read from @whatwouldDOOdo. #NewEraHatsOff https://t.co/IrOODoW0is

Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Sunday Mar 3 - 8:46pm
Our hearts break for all those who lost loved ones in Alabama and Georgia, as we worshipped in Selma today. https://t.co/gSQQmWPYWi

Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Sunday Mar 3 - 8:03pm
We will not let the sacrifices made on this hallowed ground become footnotes to history. We will remember what happened in Selma, and we will always fight to protect the right to vote. https://t.co/ZVbwu5CqDu


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Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Sunday Mar 3 - 6:48pm
Reflecting after an extraordinary day in Selma. This fight to protect the right to vote goes on – and we must use that vote to uplift the dignity of work for all workers. https://t.co/xhqf6sJOaU


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Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Sunday Mar 3 - 5:58pm
RT @alivitali: At the foot of the Edmund Pettus Bridge. #selma https://t.co/updcG4BRuk


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Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Sunday Mar 3 - 4:23pm
We can - and we must - continue the fight of every foot soldier who crossed this bridge 54 years ago. Voting rights are still under attack to this day. https://t.co/uvJ5z1bRfQ


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Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Sunday Mar 3 - 3:37pm
We have to keep fighting to protect the right to vote, and use that vote to uplift the dignity of work for all workers.

Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Sunday Mar 3 - 3:37pm
Voting rights are the bedrock on which all movements for justice are built. But the ballot box is the tool – not the end in itself. After the bloodshed at Selma brought victory in Congress, Dr. King didn’t declare victory and go home. He called Selma only “Phase One.” https://t.co/gstZfTz62q


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Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Sunday Mar 3 - 3:03pm
Grateful to @RepTerriSewell for welcoming us to Selma today, and fighting for justice in Congress. https://t.co/3VlTPEVnrN


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Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Sunday Mar 3 - 1:57pm
Scenes from Selma this morning. All over the city, we see tributes to the brave foot soldiers – reminders that the right they sacrificed so much for is still under attack today, and we must continue the work to protect the right to vote. https://t.co/xpBkovwqEV


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Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Sunday Mar 3 - 12:53pm
Voting rights are always under attack. We know in Georgia, they stole the election from who should have been governor. They are afraid of what we will do with the vote. https://t.co/Khk45BI3ev


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Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Sunday Mar 3 - 11:46am
Real populism is never racist. Real populism is never anti-Semitic. Real populism doesn't divide people. As we remember what happened in Selma 54 years ago, we need to remember what real populism does: it lifts everyone up. https://t.co/OnpChFUSB3


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Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Sunday Mar 3 - 9:54am
Such an honor to meet Leroy Moten, a Foot Soldier of Selma. https://t.co/O7xDGbIVg0


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Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Sunday Mar 3 - 9:26am
Looking forward to a meaningful day in Selma with the hundreds of others here today. A reminder of how far we’ve come, but how much work we have left to do in this country. #FPICivilRights https://t.co/AUNgIvueIj


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Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Saturday Mar 2 - 7:40pm
UPDATE: Yesterday, the Summit Academy teachers ratified their first contract, ensuring a voice in their workplace, and establishing staffing guidelines. Their advocacy is inspiring – congratulations to these educators and @OFTadvocate on a big victory.

Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Saturday Mar 2 - 4:06pm
Too many families in America are forced to make tough decisions about child care as costs skyrocket and wages don’t keep up. We need to start thinking about child care as a public good in this country – and we can do that with our bill. #ChildCare4All https://t.co/gExJAdXg5U

Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Friday Mar 1 - 6:10pm
Happy birthday, Ohio! It’s been a great 216 years, and we’re just getting started. https://t.co/YaT4hOa442

Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Friday Mar 1 - 5:05pm
Part of that means updating our laws to catch up with the reality that women are heading families and leading in their workplaces, and are often stretched thin trying to make ends meet – that includes paid sick leave, paid family leave, and #childcare4all.

Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Friday Mar 1 - 5:05pm
But while we celebrate the trailblazing women who came before us and those who are forging new trails today, we must also recommit ourselves to the work still ahead to achieve full equality. We must not rest until there are no more barriers left to break.

Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Friday Mar 1 - 5:04pm
Throughout this #WomensHistoryMonth, we celebrate the women in Ohio and across our nation who have shaped the course of our history, and worked to make our country a more perfect union.

Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Friday Mar 1 - 3:55pm
Republican efforts to strip women of their health care rights are shameful. Today and every day, women should have the freedom to make personal, private health decisions, and those decisions should be between them and their doctors, not their legislators. #HowDareYou

Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Thursday Feb 28 - 12:50pm
With so much at stake – the health of Lake Erie, climate change, safe drinking water and clean air for our families – I cannot support the nomination of Andrew Wheeler to serve as EPA Administrator.

Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Thursday Feb 28 - 12:48pm
Big oil and gas already have too much power in Washington and in the White House. Ohioans deserve an EPA Administrator willing to stand up for the interests of our state, not rubberstamp the agenda of corporate polluters and their lobbyists.

Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Wednesday Feb 27 - 6:21pm
This week, we saw yet another attempt by Republican politicians to put themselves in the middle of the sacred doctor-patient relationship, and take away the freedom of women to make their own healthcare decisions. We defeated that bill, but we've got to keep fighting. https://t.co/LqcxoTdkn5


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Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Wednesday Feb 27 - 4:43pm
Our team was proud to join the picket line at Summit Academy today. We stand in solidarity with @OFTadvocate and these teachers, in their fight for resources they need to best serve their students. https://t.co/40D47mOrcn https://t.co/IVdm6qfsnU


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Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Wednesday Feb 27 - 1:40pm
The KKK is a terrorist organization that is not welcome in our state. To any Ohioan who feels scared or threatened right now, know that I stand with you. We will not tolerate intimidation, threats or violence against our neighbors. https://t.co/4OSscrSDrc

Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Wednesday Feb 27 - 12:22pm
Climate change is one of the defining moral issues of our time. We have to take aggressive action to protect our future now. https://t.co/ymiMGDsJY2


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Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Tuesday Feb 26 - 6:22pm
Full employment isn’t just about having a job – it means having a job that honors the dignity of your work, that pays wages and benefits that were earned. The @FederalReserve must do more to help workers share in the wealth they create. https://t.co/zeu21aaYqa


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Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Tuesday Feb 26 - 4:37pm
It’s against the law to discriminate against workers with disabilities. Walmart’s actions are despicable, and the corporation must find a way to help these workers – many of whom have been important members of the Walmart team for years. https://t.co/hHiFoDunxI

Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Tuesday Feb 26 - 3:23pm
Taxpayers subsidize the research & marketing for drug companies – and yet, these very same drug companies continue to raise list prices, to the point that many drugs are hugely expensive, even unaffordable. 7 Big Pharma executives confirmed that today. We can't let this stand. https://t.co/dVATzscq0P


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Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Tuesday Feb 26 - 1:07pm
When employers value their workers – and invest in their success – they reap the benefits, too. Read about the example set by Whirlpool, and how they've made sure hard work pays off for their Ohio workers. https://t.co/ECFGfR9rQi

Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Monday Feb 25 - 6:15pm
Women should have the freedom to make personal, private health decisions, and those decisions should be between them and their doctors, not their legislators. That’s true today, and every day. https://t.co/x8q5sgHKL7


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Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Monday Feb 25 - 4:28pm
As we see the deliberate dismantling of voting rights today, it’s more important than ever we honor those who marched 54 years ago – risking their lives to demand full & equal participation in our democracy – and continue to stand up for the rights they sacrificed so much for.

Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Monday Feb 25 - 4:26pm
In 1998, I was honored to join the first @FaithNPolitics pilgrimage to Selma, Alabama, to commemorate the anniversary of Bloody Sunday. Looking forward to returning for this year’s pilgrimage with @ConnieSchultz. https://t.co/0B5rXJKD7p


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Sherrod Brown
7 months ago:   Monday Feb 25 - 2:58pm
Tonight’s vote isn’t about protecting women – it’s about scoring political points at the expense of women's health and freedom to make their own healthcare decisions. https://t.co/ZhzfaNFhAm

Sherrod Brown
8 months ago:   Thursday Feb 21 - 6:30pm
Who says that birthday parties get less exciting when you’re older? Happy 100th birthday to a great Ohioan, Emmett Duffy. Thank you for your service to our state, and our country. https://t.co/dm4E0WpK6F

Sherrod Brown
8 months ago:   Thursday Feb 21 - 9:28am
The sound of ‘play ball’ and the optimism of opening day – not the loss of good-paying union jobs – should be what is on the mind of baseball fans across America. Urging the @MLB to help save 200+ union jobs at New Era Cap Company. #NewEraHatsOff https://t.co/TnfE3WOPDQ


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Sherrod Brown
8 months ago:   Wednesday Feb 20 - 2:47pm
What would America’s pastime be without union-made, American-made baseball caps? New Era union workers have made @MLB’s hats for decades – and right now their jobs are in jeopardy. Read more from @whatwouldDOOdo about how we can fight back. #NewEraHatsOff https://t.co/itrVbrCQ5l

Sherrod Brown
8 months ago:   Wednesday Feb 20 - 12:34pm
Senator John Glenn’s travels, adventures, and accomplishments continue to inspire us all. An American hero and a great Ohioan. https://t.co/0vk8C7fJjW

Sherrod Brown
8 months ago:   Tuesday Feb 19 - 7:23pm
The proposed merger between T-Mobile and Sprint is dangerous – it’ll hurt our workers and bring higher monthly bills for customers. Urging the @FCC and @TheJusticeDept to reject this plan. https://t.co/J02Hm3cyqk

Sherrod Brown
8 months ago:   Tuesday Feb 19 - 12:33pm
Corporate profits have soared, executive compensation has exploded, but wages are flat. Meanwhile, the cost of everything from healthcare to education & housing is up. We need to put money back in the pockets of working people & that’s what this bill does. https://t.co/aad9e6FFlH https://t.co/bu5b6r3laa


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Sherrod Brown
8 months ago:   Saturday Feb 16 - 6:20pm
Honored to be one of @OhioAmvets’ Legislators of the Year. Proud to always fight to ensure servicemembers and veterans are given the recognition and the dignity they deserve. https://t.co/NKK5Y3mnI9


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Sherrod Brown
8 months ago:   Friday Feb 15 - 6:50pm
Voted no on William Barr’s nomination to be Attorney General yesterday. He made no commitment to fight voter suppression or racial gerrymandering, and anything less than a total commitment is unacceptable for an Attorney General.

Sherrod Brown
8 months ago:   Friday Feb 15 - 5:09pm
We stand with the people of Aurora, IL. Our hearts break for all those affected, and we offer our gratitude to the first responders. And as we cope with yet another gun violence tragedy, we also know that thoughts and prayers are not enough. -SB

Sherrod Brown
8 months ago:   Friday Feb 15 - 2:07pm
The SAVE VOTERS ACT – cosponsored by @SenAmyKlobuchar – will restore the rights taken from voters and uphold the integrity of our election process. We need to make it easier, not harder, for Americans to vote and make their voices heard. -SB https://t.co/VtXzpbg3D8

Sherrod Brown
8 months ago:   Friday Feb 15 - 11:18am
Instead of building a wall, we should be passing a bill to provide back pay for the contract workers the President hurt with his shutdown. -SB

Sherrod Brown
8 months ago:   Friday Feb 15 - 11:18am
The President continues to hurt the people who make this country work by wasting time & standing in the way of important work like protecting pensions for millions of workers & retirees, bringing down the cost of prescription drugs, or rewriting the tax code to put people first.

Sherrod Brown
8 months ago:   Friday Feb 15 - 11:18am
The President’s decision to take funding away from our military to support his vanity project is reckless and irresponsible.

Sherrod Brown
8 months ago:   Thursday Feb 14 - 4:58pm
In the year since the horrific Parkland shooting, we’ve lost nearly 1,200 more kids to gun violence in this country. Enough is enough. We have to act now. https://t.co/mcJKX6kmlz

Sherrod Brown
8 months ago:   Thursday Feb 14 - 3:24pm
Any effort to take funding away from our military to support the President’s vanity project is reckless and irresponsible. The President needs to drop the threats, sign this bill and stop standing in the way of important work we should be doing for the people we serve. -SB

Sherrod Brown
8 months ago:   Thursday Feb 14 - 2:20pm
The students of Parkland, and the millions of Americans inspired by them, give me hope for the future. I hope all of my Senate colleagues listen to them. -SB

Sherrod Brown
8 months ago:   Thursday Feb 14 - 2:19pm
They have a simple demand: that the people who represent them protect them from gun violence. I stand with them: we cannot say we are doing what it takes to keep our country safe until we're finally willing to pass commonsense laws to protect all Americans from gun violence.

Sherrod Brown
8 months ago:   Thursday Feb 14 - 2:19pm
But one of our country’s greatest strengths is that out of even the greatest tragedies, Americans channel their outrage and grief into action. The young people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School launched an incredible movement for change in this country.

Sherrod Brown
8 months ago:   Thursday Feb 14 - 2:17pm
Today marks one year since 17 Americans were brutally murdered at school in Parkland, Florida. 17 others were wounded that day. And hundreds of students and teachers joined the ranks of survivors of mass shootings. Their lives will never be the same. https://t.co/U5YBXETioe


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Sherrod Brown
8 months ago:   Thursday Feb 14 - 10:37am
Mr. President – these federal contract workers missed weeks of wages because of your pointless shutdown. Many of these workers are paid too little to begin with, and they’re no less deserving of backpay than any other worker. We must ensure they get the paychecks they’re owed. https://t.co/UxWoOsT3pP

Sherrod Brown
8 months ago:   Wednesday Feb 13 - 3:36pm
RT @afa_cwa: Ran into @SenSherrodBrown while on the hill and we all agree: We cannot afford a continued government shutdown. #NoDay36 https://t.co/WoEjhmUKcA


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Sherrod Brown
8 months ago:   Wednesday Feb 13 - 3:23pm
For too many workers, hard work isn’t paying off. We need to throw out the President’s tax law & rewrite the tax code to put people first. I’m introducing a plan that will create a tax code that puts money in the pockets of working people, raises wages & keeps jobs in the US. -SB https://t.co/1nPy13eULs


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Sherrod Brown
8 months ago:   Wednesday Feb 13 - 12:15pm
We need to throw out President Trump’s tax law, and completely rewrite our tax code to put people first. This plan is an important part of how we do that.

Sherrod Brown
8 months ago:   Wednesday Feb 13 - 12:15pm
Our plan would also let workers claim a one-time advance on their EITC refund. Right now, 4 in 10 Americans say they couldn’t afford an emergency expense of $400 without borrowing money. Early refund EITC would give many Americans an alternative to expensive, predatory lenders.

Sherrod Brown
8 months ago:   Wednesday Feb 13 - 12:13pm
A study by AARP & the National Alliance for Caregiving found that almost 40 million Americans are providing unpaid care. A study by GAO found almost a third of all college students experience food insecurity. These students & caregivers need the stability our plan would provide.

Sherrod Brown
8 months ago:   Wednesday Feb 13 - 12:12pm
This plan would double the EITC for working families and make millions more people eligible. For the first time, students and caregivers would be able to claim the EITC. Getting an education is work. Taking care of a loved one is work. Our society needs to recognize that.

Sherrod Brown
8 months ago:   Wednesday Feb 13 - 12:10pm
The cost of everything from healthcare, to rent, to college tuition is up – but for most workers, wages are flat. They need more money in their pockets to keep up. That’s why @RepRoKhanna, @RepBonnie, and I are introducing a Cost of Living Refund. https://t.co/5t0dE59x3h

Sherrod Brown
8 months ago:   Tuesday Feb 12 - 6:42pm
Loved hearing from students in @clairecmc’s seminar at @UChicago today, and taking their hard questions. https://t.co/epIFusktwd


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Sherrod Brown
8 months ago:   Tuesday Feb 12 - 5:03pm
Thank you to everyone who came together in Perrysburg today. We speak with one voice: racism, bigotry, and hate are not welcome in our great state. We must fight hate with love for our neighbors, and we are all encouraged whenever we see that love across Ohio. https://t.co/yZbU6mcwuA

Sherrod Brown
8 months ago:   Tuesday Feb 12 - 3:58pm
LIVE: Sherrod honors Frank Robinson’s legacy on the Senate floor. “As we celebrate #BlackHistoryMonth, we…cannot give up on his dream of breaking down the institutional barriers that are set up for people of color in baseball and throughout our society.” https://t.co/72pov64UOf https://t.co/Ja7D9skix9


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Sherrod Brown
8 months ago:   Tuesday Feb 12 - 3:25pm
No worker should ever have to choose between their health and family, or their job. Let’s make #PaidLeave a reality for all workers, by passing the #FAMILYAct. https://t.co/p4va3xUYzB

Sherrod Brown
8 months ago:   Tuesday Feb 12 - 2:33pm
Today marks 110 years of the @NAACP fighting for social justice for people of color. Honored to be a lifetime member, and to support their important work – during #BlackHistoryMonth, and all year round. https://t.co/JOmIHbTPNw


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Sherrod Brown
8 months ago:   Tuesday Feb 12 - 10:50am
We will not tolerate acts of violence and hatred toward our neighbors. As Ohioans, we stand with Temple Beth Israel-Shaare Zedek and the Lima community in condemning these horrific acts and standing up to hatred and bigotry of any kind. https://t.co/gloXEegRpg

Sherrod Brown
8 months ago:   Tuesday Feb 12 - 9:10am
We certainly didn’t agree on every issue, but we worked together whenever we found common ground, fighting for a trade policy that puts American jobs first and a Consumer Bureau that stands up to Wall Street on behalf of American consumers and servicemembers. -SB