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Collection Harris, Bill M. Ohio Senate papers
Title Newsclipping index
Accession number 10-20
Catalog Number 10-20News052006
Date May 2006
Object Name Newsclippings
Scope & Content 2006

Newsclipping index

May 28
Decorum at statehouse? get real-let 'em fight.
Area reps delivered for Ohio consumers./ Our view predatory lending bill.
A Blackwellian turn at the statehouse/ republicans declare victory by admitting defeat.
Not partisan? the entire exercise was designed to rescue republican fortunes in this election year.
Plug pulled on slavery debate; dems cry foul.
Coming up...

May 26
'Ohio core" proposal has merit.
Political tension/ debate getting a bit too heated at statehouse.
History debate turns into shouting match in state senate./ senators disagree on motives for the emancipation proclamation.

May 25
A bill about nothing/ republicans were thrilled to get the TEL.
Bill regulating red-light cameras stays alive.
Senate debate turns nasty/ two separated after rcially tinged fight.

May 24
Redistricting bill has critics/ some senators unsure of house GOP plan.
Revised TEL plan rushed thourgh/ debate heats up as lawmakers agree to kill Blackwell initiative.

May 22
What others have said about Blacklwell, TEL.

May 19
Blackwell retreats/ the good news: his runious limit on state spending has been squashed. The bad news: a candidate for governor once championed the plan.
Bill aimed at in-car use of cell phones/ Ohio among dozens of states struggling to find way to curb related car crashes.

May 18
Legislature to pass state spending cap.
Editorial/ make schools more challenging.
Blackwell backs killing tax, spending ballot issue.
Spending limit may be pulled from ballots/ attorney general Petro unsure if GOP's deal with Blackwell passes legal muster.
Ohio GOP offers scaled-down spending-limits plan.

May 17
Legislature to put spending limit in state law.
Blackwell narrows scope of tax plan/ centerpiece of gubernatorial campaign altered to apply to state government only.
All but official: TEL plan is D. O. A./ legislature likely to pass law achieving some Blackwell aims.
Removal of issue from ballot mulled/ TEL supporters seek alternative.

May 15
Motto plan for schools has roots in politics.

May 14
Ohio health care needs fix/ but too many varied concerns in way of insurance solution.

May 13
GOP hopes to TEL to benefit Blackwell. Tax and Expenditure Limitation.

May 12
Taking on TEL/ if a growing list of opponents can't keep it off the ballot, Ohio voters must do their job to keep it out of the constitution.
Democrats won't help with redistricting reform.

May 9
Taft pushes tougher academics in Ohio high schools/ lawmakers hesitate on lame-duck bills.
Taft's tougher graduation requirements face timeline.

May 5
Taft seeks $13 million for training, incentives to teachers.
House republicans offer plan for redrawing districts.