|Collection||Harris, Bill M. Ohio Senate papers|
|Scope & Content||
Plan calls for drafting workers at poll sites/ Brunner: rules same as jury duty.
Sen. Harris upbeat in Loudonville Rotary talk.
Accountability at the regents.
Statehouse repair/ the effort to fix term limits gains new momentum.
Veto jostles bipartisanship/ but Gov. Strickland, many republicans still affirm that they can work together.
The the winner go inaugural gifts.
governor puts GOP on alert at outset/ veto shows power; bigger test awaited.
Governor comes out of the chute with veto.
Strickland promises to put Ohio on 'road of renewal'
Good idea/ to improve higher-education, governor should appoint chancellor of regents board.
Strickland's opening burst sends the message of a new day.
Prayerful beginning/ Ted Strickland inaugurated as governor of Ohio.
Higher consensus/ Jon Husted agrees. So do Ted Strickland and Bill Harris. the governor should select chancellor of the board of regents.
Governor preaches message of hope/ Strickland sees 'limitless potential'
Fingerhut called top choice for chancellor/ bill would give governor power to appoint nominee.
Shift in Columbus leaves fast-track bill derailed/ consumers have major stake in whether veto holds.
A veto that counts/ Ted Strickland sent the right message: the statehouse must do a better job.
Counting to 10 SB 117 veto editorial.
Strickland says his consumer damages veto will hold up.
Counsel offered after governor's veto.
Veto puts governor and GOP legislators at odds/ Strickland, republicans wrangling over legal issues.
Strickland vetos bill to rein in liability suits..
Priorities in 2007/ senate president Bill Harris.
Taft vetoes bill to stop traffic cameras.
Speeding cameras will stay in Akron/ Governor vetoes bill that would have handcuffed city's school-zone system.
GOP lawmakers biding their time/ they'll wait for governor's lead, though they control house, senate.
Revisit tax roolback, group asks lawmakers.
High-school education a focus as lawmakers begin session.
Talk of bipartisanship opens Ohio legislature
Ohio lawmakers get automatic 1.7% pay increase.