Our country just commemorated the 75th anniversary of D-Day, a momentous date in history when more than 160,000 Allied soldiers—mostly Americans — invaded Normandy to liberate Europe from Hitler.

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As Cheryl Splain, Marty Trese and I walked out of the Memorial Building last night, following Knox Pages’ Membership Kickoff, it’s safe to say we all shared a similar feeling:

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This summer, for the seventh year in a row, my office is partnering with local Ohio companies and organizations to host manufacturing camps for elementary and middle school students across the state.

The month of May brings a flurry of activity as school winds down and summer activities begin. But it is also an important month of remembrance. Days have been established at the state and national levels reminding us of the sacrifices made by the men and women who have served our communities and our country.

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Each year during National Police Week, we honor our law enforcement officers, and the families who support them and sacrifice alongside them. They all give so much in service to their communities, and too many lay down their lives to keep us safe.

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Mother’s Day is a celebration honoring mothers. An annual occasion to revere moms.

We have a strong economy today, thanks in part to the pro-growth policies like tax reform and regulatory relief Congress has put in place. Companies like Kroger in Cincinnati, Tremco in Cleveland, ProMedica in Toledo, and Wolf Metals in Columbus are creating jobs, raising wages and reinvesting in their businesses and their workers.

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