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Ask your doctor about prostate cancer screening

September 24, 2014 In addition to serving as a senator in the Ohio General Assembly, I have owned and operated a pharmacy in my hometown of Marysville since 1997. more »»

Use settlement funds for revitalization in Ohio

September 23, 2014 The financial crisis devastated homeowners and investors in Ohio and across the country. more »»

Tiffin teachers prepared for new evaluations

September 20, 2014 New beginnings are always filled with trepidation and the anticipation of good things to come. Think back when you were a studen. more »»

Sometimes, even good people behave badly

September 19, 2014 Why do good people resort to the behavior likened to a pack of wild dogs? This mentality is nothing new to humankind. more »»

Empower people to hold state, local politicians accountable

September 11, 2014 As treasurer of Ohio, I’m a watchdog for Ohioans’ hard-earned dollars. As a fellow taxpayer and Marine Corps veteran, I believe we the people have a right to know how our tax money is being spent. more »»

When life hands you herbs, make tea

September 5, 2014 In England, while I was growing up, a cup of tea would be poured from a teapot into a cup containing milk. more »»

Entrepreneurs continually need educational tune-up

September 3, 2014 With students returning to school, it also is a good time for entrepreneurs to review their lifelong learning plan. more »»

If the tater crop matches what’s on top, she’ll get plenty of spuds

August 29, 2014 With a great crop growing in the garden this year, potatoes are on my mind. And also on my plate. more »»

Youthful entrepreneurship growing in eastern Europe

August 27, 2014 As many in Seneca County and the surrounding area know, Tiffin University offers a master of business administration program in different parts of the world, including eastern Europe. more »»

Act would address infant mortality rate in Ohio

August 26, 2014 According to humanitarian organization Save the Children, the United States has the highest first-day death rate for infants among industrialized countries — more than 11,000 babies die within 24... more »»

Newspapers still here and still making money

August 22, 2014 The sky is always falling and newspapers are always dying. For more than a decade, that has been a common and constant refrain. While working at washingtonpost. more »»

Remember the economics of immigration reform

August 20, 2014 The crisis on the border might be dominating the headlines when it comes to immigration. more »»

Protect children from liquid nicotine, e-smokes

August 14, 2014 The tobacco industry, in an effort to replace the 480,000 customers it loses each year to smoking-related deaths, has turned to electronic cigarettes, a new nicotine product that it hopes to make... more »»

Senate should pass bill to improve care for vets

July 30, 2014 Last week, I introduced Robert McDonald, President Barack Obama’s nominee for Secretary of Veterans Affairs, at his confirmation hearing before the Senate Committee on Veterans’ Affairs. more »»

Poll: Immigration concerns rise with tide of kids

July 30, 2014 McALLEN, Texas — For nearly two months, images of immigrant children who have crossed the border without a parent, only to wind up in concrete holding cells once in United States, have tugged at... more »»

Ex-Im Bank helps Ohio companies compete

July 22, 2014 For small and mid-sized businesses, securing the private financing needed to export their products can be difficult. more »»

Every community should have green commons area

July 18, 2014 I am stretching the boundaries of a garden column here just a bit, but it is a subject I feel very strongly about and it does, after all, involve a square plot of grass. more »»

It’s time to move swiftly to fix Veterans Affairs

July 16, 2014 In recent weeks, hundreds of Ohioans have called or written about the critical need to fix the U.S. more »»

Israeli response has been unjust, disproportionate

July 10, 2014 From having lived in Hebron for 3 years up until 2011, I now write often of Palestine and Israel and the injustices perpetrated through the Israeli occupation. more »»

Legislation takes on blooms, supports US soldiers

July 3, 2014 Over the past couple of weeks, two bills I authored passed both houses of Congress — the Harmful Algal Bloom and Hypoxia Research and Control Act of 2013 and the World War II Memorial Prayer Act of... more »»



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