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Collection Harris, Bill M. Ohio Senate papers
Title Newsclipping index
Accession number 10-20
Catalog Number 10-20News072010
Date July 2010
Exhibit# 0
Object Name Newsclippings
People Harris, Bill M.
Scope & Content 2010

July 31
Corruption suspects help both parties/family has donated more than $1 million: receipients unsure whether to give it back.

July 29
Joint resolution State Rep. Kenny Yuko knows his medical marijuana bill will go up in smoke at year's end. But he'll be back, he said. The question is: Will Ohio be ready?

July 28
Political mapping to stay/Legislatiors can't agree as deadline approaches/redistricting reform.
GOP blasts Strickland's 'hypocrisy'/Ohio republican chairman Kevin DeWine said Stricklandand his allies have spent most of the campaign bashing Kasich's time at Lehman Brothers and his "Wall Street values" while taking money from the financial industry.
Ohio GOP slams Strickland on campaign donors.
GOP:Strickland took money, gave business to Wall St. firms amid Lehman attacks on rival.
Ohio GOP calls Strickland a Wall Street hypocrite while Strickland says Kasich worse than Blackwell.

July 27
Ohio Republicans go on attack.

July 22
Foreclosure recess to help Ohioans.

July 21
Ohio has a chance to fix redistricting.

July 19
Vote for Ohio Democrats=tax increases
Tax breaks may survive budget fix/$8 billion in cuts? Wiping out the entire general-fund payroll yields only $4 billion.
Closing Ohio's tax loopholes won't be easy.

July 15
Let's sell the state prisons.

July 14
Budish not in when bullfrog hops by/Watchdog advocate dons green suit to get lawmakers to leap back to work.

July 13
Pace is . . .zzzzzzzz
Battle lines drawn on high-speed rail plan.
3C rail debate draws confrontational lines.
Lines form in rail battle.

July 7
Lawmakers look for dose of reality/Bipartisan panel's first step: agree on size of shortfall. State budget woes.


July 2
Ohio legislature says "Goodbye Columbus" until after November elections.