|Collection||Harris, Bill M. Ohio Senate papers|
|Scope & Content||
Political savvy aids speaker/ Householder finds success with Ohio house leadership.
No doubt about who is head of house.
Legislators fail to reach compromise/ weekend deal still possible on budget.
Republicans fail to reach agreement on budget compromise.
GOP can't reach budget agreement.
Cuts in senior program hurt all Ohio taxpayers.
House, senate to confer on budget bill/ A joint committee will hear public testimony on provisions in house bill 405 this week.
Budget compromise is a GOP exercise/ republican leaders are still debating three different plans.
Battle of budgets is joined/ state house refused to accept senate's version-or Taft's. Committee to meet to resolve differences.
Lawmakers will try to combine 2 vastly different budget bills.
Senators snub Taft's business tax increases.
Budget wars: state crunch has all parties fighting to survive.
Senate GOP proposes collecting tax up front on leased vehicles.
Child-support mistake/ Taft signs law to reqpsy $38 million.
Taft to sign bill that reimburses millions in withheld child support/ the house made a minor change to ensure that families received interest on the money.
Child-support bill passed by senate/ withheld money woulde be paid with interest.
Ohio still faces suits over child support.
Legislation requires counties to audit child-support cases/ senate bill 170 also sets aside money to reimburse recipients for withheld payments and to cover the cost of reconciling county records.
After one month, new ODJFS chief settling into job.
Child support legislation would allow interest to be paid.
Recipients say they're skeptical problems will be fixed.
Child-support recipients fear state system won't be fixed/ computers will be online by Friday, department says.
Proposed bill hoped to eliminate deceptive brokers.
Ohio muddles its way into deepening budget trouble.
Job and family services/ state approves lease for center in Athens.
McLin questions need for more money at troubled state child support agency.
Term-limit backers call appointments in midterm a sham.
Campuses to acquire automatic weapons/ state OKs new guns for police at Kent State, University of Akron.
Four more charter schools for Cincinnati get state's go-ahead/ Ohio has now approved full complement.
39 charter schools get tentative OK/ new facilities would put state at maximum.
Pressure for school-funding solution puts governor, legislators to test.