From the daily archives: Thursday, January 7, 2016

The man who withstood a $40 million attack campaign against him in 2012 to secure his second term in the U.S. Senate was in Columbus Tuesday to outline his bill that would provide grants to states and law enforcement agencies for antiterrorism programs and training for active shooter incident response.

Sherrod Brown, Ohio’s senior senator in Washington, was joined by Columbus public safety officials, including City of Columbus Public Safety Director George Speaks, to discuss how central Ohio first responders would use resources to prepare for threats.

Brown Battles Terrorism With Local Law Enforcement

Gathered yesterday morning at the James […]

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