|Collection||Harris, Bill M. Ohio Senate papers|
|Scope & Content||
Busy year for reforms, two state leaders say.
Ohio seeks to help auto industry/ proposes break on electric rates for automakers, suppliers like GM, Delphi.
Hagan drops corruption suit/ some say case as 'political vendetta'
Senate leader proposes tax break for automaker/ plan would provide credit for electricty tax.
Lawmaker proposes auto industry aid/ Ohio senate chief introduces bill to give carmakers tax credit on power costs.
Tax cut aims to save jobs, expenses/ auto industry would spend less on energy.
Penalties vary in ethics cases/ legislative panel too lenient, critics say.
Governor lists top priorities for 2006/ the governor is planning to announce a new education initiative in January.
Senators block commission report on insurance claim issue/ panel facuses on insurers getting money before victims.
Senator apologizes for misue of staffers.
Ethics training ordered for three/ lawmakers took free food from lobbyist, did not disclose it.
Voting? I need to see some ID/ bill aimed at ballot fraud likely to get Taft's OK.
Democrats object to election overhaul plan / say republicans excluded them from process.
Attorney general may face same campaign limits as secretary of state.
Senator Eric Kearney gets standing ovation.
Lawmakers returns from guard duty in middle east, Africa.
AG faces similar campaign limits as secretary of state in bill.
Local names added to list of hopefuls.
Taft correct on stem cell veto.
You may need ID to vote/ legislators say ballot security needed; critics say elections will end in doubt.
Caged kids case brings Taft's call for changes.
Taft urges reforms for adoption agencies.
Taft threatens to veto stem-cell research ban.