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Collection Harris, Bill M. Ohio Senate papers
Title Newsclipping index
Accession number 10-20
Catalog Number 10-20News022007
Date February 2007
Object Name Newsclippings
Scope & Content 2007

Newsclipping index

February 27
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.

February 26
Senate takes up refugee issue.

February 22
Strickland 'Mr. In-between' on school funding issue.
Senators: refugees would be welcomed.

February 21
Legislature to tackle education bills.

February 18
A tortoise legislature off, running.

February 17
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.

February 16
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.

Feburary 15
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.

February 14
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.

February 13
Ohio house changes rule to allow bipartisan sponsors.

February 11
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.

February 9
Regents submit ideas for change.

February 3
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.