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    Fighting for Future Generations in OH2

    “My brother unfortunately became addicted as a teenager. He is a very lucky one - at 33 years old he is still fighting every day to stay sober. These drugs have no place in our country, they are ruining our youth, our future.” “My daughter is currently in rehab for heroin addiction; she’s destroyed ...

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    PASSED: Otto Warmbier North Korea Nuclear Sanctions Act

    Friend -- This past June, our Cincinnati community and the nation mourned the loss of Otto Warmbier, who was unjustly detained, murderously mistreated, and tragically died at the hands of the North Korean regime. We can never undo the brutality Otto suffered. We cannot help the pain and heartache en...

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    23 Days Ago: A Personal Reflection on Las Vegas

    It has been only 23 days since America woke up to news that was enough to send a nation reeling. Images of people ducking and dashing for cover flashed across every T.V. screen. Sirens blared. Twitter was on fire. Watching it, even from afar, was enough to send adrenaline snapping through our veins ...

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    What will future generations say?

    It all began with two boats. 242 years ago, the Continental Congress authorized 2 armed vessels to search for ships supplying the British army with weapons and ammunition during the American Revolutionary War. Once the conflict concluded, the Continental Navy was disbanded until President George Was...

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    FW: 153 House Republicans Support POTUS Call For Defense Budget

    Friend -- Wanted to flag this for you -- I was proud to join 152 of my colleagues last week in supporting President Trump's call to restore military readiness and fully fund our national defense. We have an obligation to the men and women we send to the frontlines to ensure they have the tools, trai...

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    He's with them

    Friend, On Friday, the Trump Administration reversed the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' (HHS) policy created under the Obama Administration that forced the Little Sisters of the Poor and other religious organizations to provide contraceptive services in violation of their convictions....

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    This weekend (in photos)

    Friend, Jobs + economic growth and fighting the opioid epidemic. These were the major topics of the weekend for my meetings, visits, roundtables, and conversations with law enforcement officers, healthcare providers, and business owners in Chillicothe, Manchester, and Georgetown, Ohio. Take a look: ...

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    Secretary Perry in OH2 (in photos)

    Friend, Last week, Secretary of Energy Rick Perry joined Senator Rob Portman, Rep. Bill Johnson, and me, as well as many of the hardworking men and women at the Portsmouth Gaseous Diffusion Plant and the ongoing cleanup operation in Piketon, OH. Earlier this year, I led the Ohio delegation in sendin...

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    Chat today?

    Friend, Today from 2-3PM, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) will be hosting a twitter chat about the opioid crisis using the hashtag #OpioidAwareChat and you’re invited to share your thoughts and ask questions. On hand will be the directors from NIH, the National Institute on Drug Abuse, the N...

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