Sherrod Brown’s fight against Ohio Jobs
With the Trump administration’s long awaited approval of the Keystone XL pipeline today, over the objections of Sherrod Brown, the path is finally cleared for the creation of thousands of jobs in Ohio.
The pipeline is expected to create nearly 5,000 jobs in Ohio, while lowering energy prices, yet Sherrod Brown has continuously stood in the way of its construction, voting against approval bills in the Senate on multiple occasions. Now that the Trump administration has cleared the way for Keystone XL, will Sherrod Brown change his tune? Or will he continue to stand with extreme environmentalists and against Ohio jobs?
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