Pence makes stop in Ohio to talk jobs, helping small businesses
REYNOLDSBURG, Ohio (WKRC) - Vice President Mike Pence made a stop in Ohio Saturday to promote the idea that the White House is committed to creating new jobs and helping small businesses.
He spoke to employees of Dynalab in Reynoldsburg, just outside Columbus.
He got a tour of the facilities and emphasized the White House's commitment to helping grow small businesses. Pence said it's about changing policy to help American businesses thrive.
Other business owners from the Columbus area were also invited to Saturday's event.
During the vice president's speech, he also touched on the issues of Obamacare and fighting the opioid crisis.
There were about 100 protesters gathered outside the event for, what police called, a "peaceful demonstration."