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Collection Harris, Bill M. Ohio Senate papers
Title Newsclipping index
Accession number 10-20
Catalog Number 10-20News122005
Date December 2005
Object Name Newsclippings
Scope & Content 2005

Newsclipping index

Busy year for reforms, two state leaders say.

December 30
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.

December 26
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.

December 22
Senators block commission report on insurance claim issue/ panel facuses on insurers getting money before victims.

December 14
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.

December 9
Democrats object to election overhaul plan / say republicans excluded them from process.

December 8
Attorney general may face same campaign limits as secretary of state.

December 7
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.

December 4
Local names added to list of hopefuls.

December 3
Taft correct on stem cell veto.

December 2
You may need ID to vote/ legislators say ballot security needed; critics say elections will end in doubt.

December 1
Caged kids case brings Taft's call for changes.
Taft urges reforms for adoption agencies.
Taft threatens to veto stem-cell research ban.