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Collection Harris, Bill M. Ohio Senate papers
Title Newsclipping index
Accession number 10-20
Catalog Number 10-20News112005
Date November 2005
Exhibit# 0
Object Name Newsclippings
Scope & Content 2005

Newsclipping index

November 30
Lawmakers unsure if stem-cell bills meet Taft's criteria.

November 28
A straight look/ despite scandals' stain, '05 hasn't been a total loss.

November 23
English makes glorious return to statehouse.

November 22
Capital notes/ Petro-bashing campaign ads have connection to Blackwell.

November 18
Support qualified at charter school conference.

November 17
Mallory gets a ribbing as legislators bid him adieu.
Advocates push state smoking ban law/ group has enough signatures to force consideration.

November 16
State senate limits stem cell research.
Deadline lifted for sale of state's coins/ senate votes to confirm new BWC director.

November 14
Ohio moves to curb predatory lending.

November 13
Board-based coalition key to political success.

November 12
Taft wants safeguards against predatory lending.

November 11
Taft sides with home buyers/ governo seeks tighter leash on mortgage industry.
Petro outlines spending plan/ move challenges alternate proposal by rival Blackwell

November 10
Don't call him 'hit man'/ the prepetual outrage of Sen. Marc Dann.

November 7
Christian right, GOP split on strip-club bill/ conservative leader threatens legislators who block passage.

November 6
Political reform in eye of the beholder.

November 4
Lawmaker trying to help Delphi/ Husted wants to change tax credit program.

November 3
New BWC boss to face senate hearing/ democrats say they want to hear Taft's pick spell out how he'll oversee troubled agency.

November 2
Former Taft aide's e-mails more chatty than revealing/ scandal information lacking, but message show Noes had ready access to officials.
Senate minority seeks hearings on new Workers' Comp chief.
Workers' comp leader says recommendations are a good start.
BWC head wants to restore trust.