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Tim Ryan won’t appear with Biden in Ohio

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President Joe Biden will speak at a union training center in Cleveland on Wednesday. The Buckeye State has been trending strongly Republican with Donald Trump easily carrying it twice. Biden's speech is timed to the announcement of a final administrative rule. The rule allows troubled multi-company pensions to be made financially whole.
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The IndependentThe Independent

Biden heading to Ohio to spotlight rule to rescue pensions

President Joe Biden is heading to Ohio to showcase a rule aimed at shoring up pensions for millions of workers

3 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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Biden heading to Ohio to spotlight rule to rescue pensions

President Joe Biden is heading to Ohio to showcase a rule aimed at shoring up pensions for millions of workers

3 months ago·United States
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Biden in Ohio spotlights effort to rescue union pensions

CLEVELAND — Reassuring frustrated blue-collar voters, President Joe Biden on Wednesday visited Ohio iron workers to highlight federal action to shore up troubled pension funding for millions now on the

3 months ago·United States
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The HillThe Hill

Tim Ryan won’t appear with Biden in Ohio

Rep. Tim Ryan, the Democratic nominee for Senate in Ohio, will not appear with President Biden in Cleveland on Wednesday as the president works to tout a program benefitting union workers.  De…

3 months ago·Washington, United States
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NewsweekNewsweek

Tim Ryan leading J.D. Vance in Ohio Senate poll, anti-Vance group says

The Democrat is leading the Trump-backed Republican by nine points, according to a poll conducted by an anti-Vance Super PAC.

3 months ago·United States
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Raw StoryRaw Story

Ohio's Tim Ryan has a problem

Gas and groceries are both spiking. Ongoing supply chain disruptions mean shelves are bare, and getting inflation under control with the Fed raising interest rates is going to sting as well. Consumers will pay more for everything from credit cards to mortgages. Homeowners looking to sell are going walk away with much less than they would’ve a few months ago.Meanwhile, Democrats are having trouble selling their achievements to voters. President B…

3 months ago·United States
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