|Collection||Harris, Bill M. Ohio Senate papers|
|Scope & Content||
OSU president: highly paid advisers an investment in future/ university will pay 14 senior executives a total of $5.7 million a year.
Ohio Prevailing wage exemption requirement.
Bad development: Expansion of state's prevailing-wage rules raises construction costs.
Ohio governor sees new $540M budget shortfall.
Needed: strong cities/ by putting state resources in fewer places to greater effect, Ohio can help put urban areas back on track to prosperity.
Challenging times/ Partisan squabbling over Ohio's voting rules should end.
Strickland cuts $450 million to ease budget shortfall.
Challenging republicans/ Jennifer Brunner reasons, again, that voting should be priority.
New wage guidelines rankle builders, GOP.
Governor clarifies pay rules/ private construction requires prevailing wages if there's public money involved.
Sick-day proposal to be taken off Ohio ballot/ move averts fight, say union supporters, who now will push for national legislation.
Sick-days proposal is yanked from ballot/ Union-led group opts to press for U.S. law.
Sick-days supporters scrap ballot proposal/ coalition, state leaders to call for national law.
Sick-day measure off Nov. ballot/ Union cites Strickland opposition.
Delegates are eager to hear from Gov. Palin.
New Mohawk school still has problems.