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Collection Harris, Bill M. Ohio Senate papers
Title Newsclipping index
Accession number 10-20
Catalog Number 10-20News042005
Date April 2005
Exhibit# 0
Object Name Newsclippings
Scope & Content 2005

Newsclipping index

April 27
Schools budget expected to fall short.
Budget battle centers on funding for tutors/ one lawmaker says the money isn't missing.

April 26
High-tech development in hands of Ohio voters/ plan lumped with infrastructure work.
Low property values leave state with schools budget hole.
Job creation bond initiative set for Nov. 8 ballot in Ohio.
Ohio school officials wary of house health-care plan.
Farm bureau ponders new bond issue.
Officials aim to lump 3 issues.
State to ask voters for $2B for projects.
Third frontier back for second attempt/ Taft's $500 million high-tech development plan part of $2 billion package meant for Nov. ballot.
Gov. Taft resubmits high-tech bond issue/ third frontier now part of $2 B package.

April 25
Colleges may lose state money for black, Appalachian students.
Blackwell's deepest cut would be to state's future.

April 24
Ohio voters take issues into their own hands/ as many as six amendments may make Nov. 8 ballot.
Edwards criticizes Taft, stands up for public workers/ declines to say if he will seek nomination for president in '08.

April 21
Two dems float a brave but doomed tax plan.

April 20
Spending cap called block to progress/ scores decry proposal being pushed for ballot.
New coalition opposes spending amendment/ group focuses on potential impact of cuts.

April 19
Collegial budget process shouldn't ignore reality.
Groups united against tax cap/ bipartisan effort to defeat bid for constitution change.

April 18
Perspective: leaders says democratic ideas in budget.

April 17
William Hershey: house speaker has learned how to just say no.
Local leaders rall against plan Taft hails as economy starter.

April 14
Our voice/Miller should be allowed defense.

April 13
Ohio house approves its version of budget.
State budget always follows the same script.
House OKs budget; tax changes ahead/ state budget highlights.
House gives its approval to Taft budget plan; he keeps pushing.
Student leads protest against state tax cuts/ rally puts focus on schools, health care.

April 11
Three universities must scale back tuition plans under latest budget version.

April 10
Statehouse is losing a true guardian for the public.
Religion, politics mix more than ever.

April 7
Legislator says rights violated, wants probe public.
Ray Miller digs himself in deeper.

April 6
Governor's tactics clouding objectivity.
House proposes tuition-cap revision.
House GOP backs plan to maintain current cap on tuition.
Tuition cap, funding for E-check favored by state lawmakers.
Ohio's budget in the grinder.

April 5
Husted: too soon for ethics fearing/ complaint about Miller's spending not yet filed, he says.
Senator might challenge ethics panel's proceedings.
State senator seeking public ethics hearing.

April 4
Taft tours Ohio to sell business tax plan.
Taft crisscrosses Ohio, 'selling' his proposal.
Taft tours Ohio to sell businesses on tax plan.
State legislators have their work cut out for them; Ohio's future is at stake.
State Rep. Miller says ethical missteps at statehouse aren't his alone.

April 3
Taft administration aggressively pushes slate of tax changes/ critics say campaign marked by threats, heavy-handedness.
Stating his case/gov. Bob Taft lobbying activity on behalf of his plan to update the state's tax code.

April 2
Senator's aide quites amid investigation of her work/ theft-in-office allegation.

April 1
Parking fees on hold at state parks.
Urge state leaders to not cut libraries.
House republicans plan to eliminate parking fee plan for state