The United States Olympic committee has been handling controversy, dealing with the uniform competing athletes will wear during the opening ceremonies of the 2012 Summer Olympics in London.
The uniforms are all made in China, stirring a firestorm in the halls of Congress. Ohio's senior U.S. Senator doesn't think any future Olympic Committee will be so foolish to make this mistake in the future again, but he feels that this is a small glimpse into a larger problem.
Earlier Thursday, the U.S. Senate defeated the Bring American Jobs Home bill. The bill would prohibit companies from deducting the expenses of moving workers or operations overseas from the U.S., and would offer a 20 percent credit for the costs of shifting workers back home.