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Economic Growth Depends on American Workers

GREENVILLE — Monday is Labor Day, a day set aside by the federal government in 1894 to honor the American worker. Thankfully, over the past few years, strong economic recovery nationwide and here at home means a lot more American workers are getting to take the day off for a barbecue with the family and have a job to go back to on Tuesday.

From the September 6, 2015 edition of The Daily Advocate

By Rachel Lloyd, Staff Reporter

GREENVILLE — Monday is Labor Day, a day set aside by the federal government in 1894 to honor the American worker. Thankfully, over the past few years, strong economic recovery nationwide and here at home means a lot more American workers are getting to take the day off for a barbecue with the family and have a job to go back to on Tuesday.

U.S. Department of Labor Secretary Tom Perez has spent the weeks leading up to Labor Day traveling the country to talk with American workers and business owners, as well as state and local leaders, about how to work together to grow that prosperity even more.

Closer to home, Sen. Sherrod Brown has been visiting companies throughout the region talking to business leaders and asking what he can do to help them.

On Thursday, Brown rolled into Darke County, first making an informal stop in Greenville to recognize workers, then traveling out to the outskirts of Arcanum to visit a company that supports the American worker in the strongest way possible — by insisting that its products are 100-percent American made......

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