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Collection Harris, Bill M. Ohio Senate papers
Title Newsclipping index
Accession number 10-20
Catalog Number 10-20News112008
Date November 2008
Exhibit# 0
Object Name Newsclippings
Scope & Content 2008

November 29
Lame-duck session to discuss voting, smoking.

November 28
Ohio legislators stand by tax reform during slowdown.

November 27
Revenue bind tied to Ohio's tax cuts/ Governor, Legislative leaders don't support any alternations.
Legislature may join auto bailout debate next week/ State Sen. Dale Miller to introduce resolution that calls on congress to support industry.

November 26
Seek steady course/ governor, divided legislature should work together to make school choice serve ohio.

November 20
Governor still searching for equitable funding solution fof Ohio schools.

November 19
Senate looks south.
Columbus shake-up empowers area pair.
New house speaker has come a long way.
Top democrats urge GOP to hold off on elections bill.

November 18
Senator Wagoner selected as new majority whip for 128th.
Senate republicans name leadership posts.

November 16
Cafaro picked to lead Dems in Ohio Senate.

November 15
Cafaro takes on challenge as senate minority leader.
Joe the plumber data/ 4 more at agency punished for checks/ 2 senior managers suspended without pay; 2 receive written reprimands for ethics breach.

November 13
Religious leaders push for anti-discrimination bill.
Lehner to be state senator briefly.
Young sentor to lead democrats/ Cafaro, 30, to be minority leader; Batchelder will GOP in house.
Escape from oversight/ will charter schools ever pay the full price for tapping public money.

November 9
West Liberty native to serve as next clerk of Ohio Senate. Vincent Keeran

November 8
Ohio agency director on leave amid pulmber probe.
State agency chief put on leave over political e-mails.

November 7
GOP-controlled Senate set for 'courteous' duel/ democrats set to take over Ohio House.

November 4
Erosion of credibility/ now the department of Job and Family Services has two stories about why Joe the Plumber became the subject of a records search.
County reform should advance.