|Collection||Harris, Bill M. Ohio Senate papers|
|Scope & Content||
One new guy can't fix Ohio's public colleges.
Attorney general's staff to focus on predatory lending.
Bill to allow credit-report freeze.
Senate takes up refugee issue.
Strickland 'Mr. In-between' on school funding issue.
Senators: refugees would be welcomed.
Legislature to tackle education bills.
A tortoise legislature off, running.
Preventing land seizure on agenda/ Ohio legislators push for fall ballot measure.
Ohio senate wants to restrict use of eminent domain.
Eminent domain on front burner/ 2 bills coming Tuesday in Ohio senate.
Lawmakers will seek amendment to limit eminent domain.
Opening the door/ allowing joint sponsorship of state legislation could help encourage cooperation.
State school-tax hike coming?
Strickland might push school issue/ asking voters to OK tax hike is one option.
Road fund, over budget, governor says/ money begins to fall short in 2009 for projects already on the books.
GOP: school funding is fixed/ governor disagrees with house speaker's assessment.
All of Ohio?/ speakers Husted has a funny way of signaling his eagerness to work with the governor on the problem of school funding.
Gov. Strickland wants more time for a bipartisan solution.
GOP, Strickland clash over school finances.
GOP leaders peeve Strickland/ designating school-funding bills: kind gesture or jab?
School funding reforms would be pricey, study says/ analysis estimates amendment would cost the state $1.8B.
Strickland bristles at GOP move as 'political'/ school funding.
Ohio house changes rule to allow bipartisan sponsors.
GOP's big names are down, not out.
Get serious about term limits/ the house speaker sees the problem. He won't help to address it.
Regents submit ideas for change.
Legislators ask high court to throw out governor's veto.
Legislators sue governor over consumer bill veto/ supreme court asked to settle dispute. If law, it would limit liability of lead paint makers.
Panel gives school ideas to lower health-care costs.
Lawsuit accusses Brunner in bill's veto.
GOP leaders sue Brunner, not Strickland, over first-day veto.
Legislators ask supreme court to toss out veto of liability bill.
Strickland veto battle heads to top court.