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Collection Harris, Bill M. Ohio Senate papers
Title Newsclipping index
Accession number 10-20
Catalog Number 10-20News102005
Date October 2005
Object Name Newsclippings
Scope & Content 2005

Newsclipping index

October 31
A fantasy unfulfilled/ religious pressure group pushed Bill Harris too hard, and lost out on its chance to pinch Ohio's strippers.

October 27
Stem-cell ban shelved/ Senate leader also slows action on strip-club limits issue 1 foe crying foul.

October 26
New rules for strip clubs on hold/ move angers advocacy group leader.
Bill tied to adult businesses stalls.
Senate to discuss frontier funds, stem cell research.

October 24
Final battle looms in strip-club war/ fate of Ohio adult firms at stake.

October 23
Republicans succeed through no-fault of own.

October 21
Senate to vote on stem cell research.
Bill to limit stem cell research appears in senate after measure died in House.
Coin liquidatiors to notify public of major sales/ workers' comp seeks deadline extension.
Senate to push stem-cell bill/ proposal would limit reserch, GOP says.

October 19
Senate says OK to bill easing absentee voting/ ID, but no reason, required for seeking mail-in ballot.
GOP isn't pushing to make changes in redistricting/ competition districts is called 'artifical standard' by republican official.
Senate adjusts absentee balloting/ hotly debated plan would require ID.

October 18
Ethics panel may be close to end of probe into senator's use of staff.

October 17
Distracted in Ohio/ republican lawmakers pander at the risk of the state economy.

October 14
Ohio bill would ban funding for expanded stem-cell research.
Ban on cloning, state money for new stem cells headed to house.

October 12
GOP senators mimic absentee-vote initiative/ issues 2's democratic backers cry 'foul!'
Natural resources agency in middle of funding battle.
Issue 1 backers face fight from right/ third frontier push should ban funding for stem-cell research, some groups say.

October 11
Absentee vote plan may ease balloting/ issue 1 backers tout increased turnout but opponents warn of potential fraud.

October 9
GOP chatter about jobs hides their fear.

October 8
GOP tries to clip ballot issue/ legislature to rush along absentee voting change.
Absentee voting bill likely to get OK/ proposal would ease requirements for absentee voters.
Lawmaker pushes own absentee-voting bill.
Issue ignites partisan ad plans GOP ramps up battle on Ohio election reform.

October 6
Diabetes dilemma/ lawmakers need to consider whether good from bill would outweigh any harm.
House passes 'three-strikes' bill for violent offenders/ senate fights use of eminent domain to take private land to give to developers.

october 4
GOP hopefuls avoiding Taft/ governor's approval rating at just 15%.

October 3
Ohio speaker sets sights on higher-education overhaul.

October 2
Many shoo-ins in politics have lost footing.