|Collection||Harris, Bill M. Ohio Senate papers|
|Scope & Content||
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.
'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.
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.
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.
What others have said about Blacklwell, TEL.
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.
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.
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.
Motto plan for schools has roots in politics.
Ohio health care needs fix/ but too many varied concerns in way of insurance solution.
GOP hopes to TEL to benefit Blackwell. Tax and Expenditure Limitation.
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.
Taft pushes tougher academics in Ohio high schools/ lawmakers hesitate on lame-duck bills.
Taft's tougher graduation requirements face timeline.
Taft seeks $13 million for training, incentives to teachers.
House republicans offer plan for redrawing districts.