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Josh Brown

Josh Brown

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josh@joshbrownesq.com 614-284-4394

Josh Brown Esq. is legal counsel and Director of Public Policy for Citizens for Community Values.

Josh Brown Esq. is a Legislative Advocate and Policy Analyst for the Ohio Municipal League and Executive Director of the Ohio Association of Public Safety Directors. Josh also runs a law firm that concentrates in complex financial matters and represents multiple clients at the Ohio General Assembly. He is also a policy advisor for The Heartland Institute and Legal Counsel and Director of Public Policy for Citizens for Community Values.

Josh was a Legislative Aide at the Ohio House of Representatives and a law clerk at multiple litigation firms. Josh has experience as a campaign manager and consultant on dozens of local campaigns. He worked for the Ohio Republican Party and interned at the U.S. Senate for Senators Mike DeWine and George Voinovich.

Josh is a U.S. Army combat veteran who served for 8 years and did two overseas tours, earning the rank of Sergeant and two Army Achievement Medals. Josh holds a Bachelor's degree from The Ohio State University and a Juris Doctor from the University of Toledo College of Law.

Recent Articles and Publications

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June 26, 2017
By Lennie Jarratt, Tim Benson, S.T. Karnick, Teresa Mull, Joseph A. Morris, Robert G. Holland, George A. Clowes, John McAdams, Josh Brown, Nick Dranias, Michael Warder
“The Supreme Court once again affirms the free exercise of religion ruling it is unconstitutional to deny a religious institution participation in a state program solely because of its religion.” - Lennie Jarratt
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April 29, 2016
By Josh Brown
A bill now being considered by the Ohio House of Representatives would create a legal presumption firefighters with certain cancers became ill as a result of their work. Senate Bill 27, sponsored by state Sen.
March 4, 2016
By Josh Brown
A Wisconsin doctor promises to provide inexpensive, high quality health care 24 hours a day to patients by using a payment model known as direct primary care.
March 3, 2016
By Michael Hamilton, Josh Brown
The Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday in Gobeille v. Liberty Mutual Insurance Company to uphold an act of Congress designed to protect private health insurers from cumbersome interference by state governments.

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