|Collection||Harris, Bill M. Ohio Senate papers|
Harris, Bill M.
|Scope & Content||
Democrats want GOP action on foreclosures/A bill passed by the Ohio House would impose a six-month moratorium on filinfs and a $750 filing fee.
Dems offer compromise on foreclosure legislation.
Ted Strickland's 3C slow train will never meet federal mandates without laying billions of dollars of new track.
Ohio administration fudges its train facts.
Cabinet paperwork botched/governor's office blames 'oversight'.
Ohio not on the hook if rail project fill through.
Driver-texting ban advances/Ohio House sends a proposal to the Senate.
Ohio gets OK for prep work on still-unapproved 3C line/prep work OK'd for 3C train line.
Ohio not on the hook if rail project scrapped/$25 million in stimulus startup funding would not have to be returned.
Rail plan money needn't be repaid.
Dangers of drivers who talk or text on phones comeing under attack.
Ohio not on the hook if rail project falls through.
Crestline wants to get on board 3-C corridor.
Ohio not responsible for repaying stimulus money if rail project falters.
ODOT answers on 3C project make good case.
Rail spending heads down track/3C plan not yet OK'd, but consultants hired for PR, environmental work.
Genesis for Ohio's budget crisis
Catch the train/the senate president asked the pertinent questions. The state transportation director now has provided solid answers.
Council to advocate for small business.
Transportation official defends Ohio rail project.
Answers by ODOT chief to 3C queries leaves Senate Prez dubious, evades issues in KDOT Amtrak report.
Senate leader not sold on 3C/ODOT cheif tries to unlock funding for train project.
Commission on Ohio budget has yet to meet.
State panel formed to address budget woes idle from outset.
Budget study commission has yet to meet.
Take action againist LGBT discrimination: tell Sen. H arris to move HB 176 now!
Capital appropriation bill introduced: advocacy action needed!
Pro-solar bills on horizon/but critics say state must become more competitive.
Emails show Ohio rail boss killed tubular rail high-speed trains while cheering for slow 3C train.
New way to build may save
Ohio transportation official says rail plan will create jobs.
3 at agency say boss pushed religion, then fired them.
Suspension might not be only choice/senate OKs option for young drivers.
Ohio transprotation official: trains create jobs.