|Collection||Harris, Bill M. Ohio Senate papers|
|Scope & Content||
Ohio considers plan to rein in medicaid costs/ proposal ties nursing home money to quality of care.
Millions missing from coin funds/ state will seek criminal charges against manager.
Third frontier ballot disputed/ democrats want split from public works.
Money's influence cost courts too much.
Senate budget plan aids schools/ no district would lose funds in next two years.
Senate puts its stamp on budget/ schools could get no increase in funding, new accountability.
Report criticizes Taft's proposal/ it would add to state's fiscal burden, policy matters say.
Foes of spending-limits bid have no plan B/ talks to stall proposed amendment off for now.
Senate embraces Taft tax changes/ budget version will include most of governor's proposals.
Proposal would fix school funding/ governor opposes the school funding alternative.
No to judicial sincecures/ extending the terms of Ohio's elected judges was a bad idea two years ago and it's an even worse idea now.
Tobacco funds may aid budget/ $95 million might be taken from smoking-prevention money.
Tax plan good, but needs work.
Gov. Taft lead character in Ohio tax drama.
Tax amendment debated.
Ohio senate revises 'sin' taxes.
Senate drops increased tax on beer/ to make up difference, their budget would raise cigarette tax 70 cents a pack; Taft, house want 45.
Drinkers might toast senate/ version of state budget won't double beer; wine taxes.
Smokers, not drinkers, to feel tax hit/ proposal targets tobacco to keep beer-related jobs.
Senate's budget hits cigarettes/ propsal would spare drinkers, cut vouchers, alter medicaid funding.
Groups want moratorium, review of Ohio executions/ death-penalty debate.
Groups demand stop to executions in Ohio.
Senate cuts beer drinkers a break/ proposal scratches house's plan to double tax on brew, targets cigarettes instead.
Lobby's message: raise tobacco taxes.
Consultant or lobbyist? change in law may hold answer/ some say state's 'revolving-door' legislation for former officilas needed to be toughened.
DMA on the ropes/ groups pin hopes on senate to keep program alive.
New tax draws ire of Ohio's grocers corporate tax slated to be phased out/ grocers don't like the idea of paying taxes on sales instead of profits.
Taft & taxes/ some call the governor's plan the biggest overhaul to the system in 34 years, but the proposal has its share of detractors.
Senate has own ideas on medicaid/ plan less favorable to nursing homes.
Taft won't halt executions despite AP findings.
Noe quits 2 state positions/ Taft says he didn't request resignations.
Coin-funds manager quites two state panels.
A second proposal on school funding/ senate republicans plan to offer new formula
Ohio plans to pay for assisted-living care.
Beer trucks deliver anti-tax petitions.
Lawmakers renew attempts to help insure mentally ill/ effort looks to be facing long ondds again.
Caps on malpractice suits still good idea, panel says/ insurance market for doctors better, but rate situation still called a crisis.
Governor, lawmakers say no need for halting to executions in Ohio.