|Collection||Harris, Bill M. Ohio Senate papers|
|Scope & Content||
General Assembly gets back to work/ legislators will consider $1.7 billion bond issue to add 80,000 jobs, energy bill and capital budget.
Ohioans running for border to play Club Keno/ Michigan draws number of Ohio customers who want to play; game plans here remain at standstill.
2008 shaping up as year of disagreement.
Brunner told to make first move in voting debate/ Husted invites her to decertify machines.
Senator aims to ban Keno games in Ohio.
Lottery funding request sidelined/ republicans on panel vow to block fast money for Keno video games.
Keno funding request pulled.
Governor pulls Keno proposal/ GOP blocks plan for state video gambling machines.
State hits brakes on Keno/ request for $18 million in equipment tabled until lawmakers OK game rules.
Details still lacking in tardy reports on campaign finances.
Safe bet: GOP ready to block Keno plan/ republicans oppose Strickland budget fix.
It's governor vs schools czar/ Strickland not seeking ouster of education cheif he blasted; she defend self, won't quit.
Gay-rights bill makes progress but won't pass.
Taking care of business.
Ohio redistricting process.
Colors of honor/ artist memorializes Lima company's dead.
Sick-day proposal popular/ Ohioans split on Strickland's idea to sell bonds to add jobs.
Strickland on board effort for 3-C corridor/ he consults Amtrak on starting inercity rail.
Election largely seen as success/ Brunner still committed to all-paper Nov. 4 vote.
Ohio elected officials endorse John McCain for president.