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Collection Harris, Bill M. Ohio Senate papers
Title Newsclipping index
Accession number 10-20
Catalog Number 10-20News012009
Date January 2009
Object Name Newsclippings
Scope & Content 2009

January 31
Reserve fund to be used to balance state budget.

January 29
Bold plan for schools.

January 28
Republicans see budget savings in consolidation.
Strickland likely to propose school funding plan.

January 27
Deleware County recorder eyes 90th district seat.

January 26
Stricklan seeks fix for school funding/ state of the state is Wednesday.
Politicans shouldn't fold on gambling.

January 21
Lawmakers still hoping to get tax credit for filmakers.

January 20
Movie industry tax credit may return/ Ohio hopes to land movie productions.

January 18
Tax overhaul needs revisit in Columbus/ Ohio economy lagging with national recession.

January 15
Mail-in ballots not done fairly critics charge/ lack of funding to blame, Brunner says.
Portman announces candidacy for Voinvoich's U. S. senate set.

January 13
Casinos see deficit as opportunity/ this time, Argosy's in favor.

January 12
Pay raises for politicans? Not in this economy.

January 11
Economy convenient to blame/ Strickland opposes casino gambling.
Casinos in Ohio/ Gambling proponents to try again/ Backers counting on change of heart.
Suddenly, new odds for casinos in Ohio/ Strickland's shift gives industry hope.
That gambling itch/ desperate state leaders flirt with the illusion of easy money.
Time to get on the bus/ economic advantages of casinos become clearer in slowdown.

January 9
Gov. Ted Strickland, Senate President Bill Harris soften stances on expanded gambling.

January 8
Harris calls for rainy-day funds/ Senate president wants $200 million now to pay for job-creation projects.
128th General Assembly convenes 1/8/09

January 7
Buckeye firearms association endorsees dominate leadership positions in state senate.
'Golden week' revived with veto/ governor axes GOP-led elections reform, but OKs 36 bill, including anti-snooping laws.

Janaruy 6
With big dreams, democrat takes over as speaker/ Budish plans bigger tax credits for cities, but funding an issue.
Democrats assume control of Ohio House.

January 5
legislature more bipartisan/ session cooperated on bills, analysis finds.