Columbus – Senator Edna Brown (D-Toledo) has been selected to serve as the Ranking Democratic Member on the Insurance and Financial Institutions Committee.

“I am proud to once again serve as the Ranking Member of the Senate Insurance Committee. I hope to not only improve our insurance programs but to encourage policies that provide all Ohioans with a fair shot at adequate protection,” said Senator Brown. 

Senator Brown will serve on four other committees as well, including Government Oversight and Reform; Health, Human Services and Medicaid; Rules and Reference; and Transportation, Commerce and Workforce. She is also a member of the Finance Subcommittee on Health and Medicaid.

“I look forward to working with my colleagues to accomplish mutual goals that benefit Ohio’s families and communities,” added Senator Brown.

 
 
 
  
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