|Collection||Harris, Bill M. Ohio Senate papers|
|Scope & Content||
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.
Local business incubator earns another $200,000 state grant.
Important legislation moves ahead.
Maybe a better idea/ legislators' compromise on Cuyahoga County reform saves, and might well improve, prospects of a good outcome.
Strickland veotoes items, signs plan to create 50,000 jobs.
Stimulus package signed/ Strickland puts off use of rainy-day fund, erases biomedical exculsions.
Seemingly irreparable division ails sick-days issue/ Strickland urges sides to compromise.
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.
Ohio lawmakers push lakes, county plans/ deals set on compact, Cuyahoga reform.
Ohio's economic strength built on success of every city, small town.
Democrats are lining up to lead Ohio/ Willard republicans have work cut out in November.
Work on capital budget was tough process.
Budget work is a tough process.
Dann piled up 17 traffic tickets/ former attorney general had the most citations among top state officeholders
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.