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Collection Harris, Bill M. Ohio Senate papers
Title Newsclipping index
Accession number 10-20
Catalog Number 10-20News062008
Date June 2008
Exhibit# 0
Object Name Newsclippings
Scope & Content 2008
June 30
Jobs package, energy bill highlight spring legislative session.
Chamber compromise on Cuyahoga reform leads to commission.
Senate leader doubts payday loan rules will be overturned.

June 19
Local business incubator earns another $200,000 state grant.

June 17
Important legislation moves ahead.

June 15
Maybe a better idea/ legislators' compromise on Cuyahoga County reform saves, and might well improve, prospects of a good outcome.

June 13
Strickland veotoes items, signs plan to create 50,000 jobs.
Stimulus package signed/ Strickland puts off use of rainy-day fund, erases biomedical exculsions.

June 12
Seemingly irreparable division ails sick-days issue/ Strickland urges sides to compromise.

June 11
Capital news: more volleys over Brunner's project everest.
Strickland set to veto Twin Valley proposal/ Governor also will veto provision to provide $6.3M for Dayton-based mental health care crisis center.

June 10
Ohio lawmakers push lakes, county plans/ deals set on compact, Cuyahoga reform.

June 9
Ohio's economic strength built on success of every city, small town.

June 8
Democrats are lining up to lead Ohio/ Willard republicans have work cut out in November.

June 5
Work on capital budget was tough process.
Budget work is a tough process.

June 4
Dann piled up 17 traffic tickets/ former attorney general had the most citations among top state officeholders

June 3
New law puts limits on payday-lending industry.
Governonr signs payday-lending law/ tougher rules to take effect in 90 days; industry warns many stores will be pushed out of business.
Contract to operate Keno lottery game delayed.
Panel poised to OK keno contract/ once opposed, more lawmakers on board on lottery game.