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Collection Harris, Bill M. Ohio Senate papers
Title Newsclipping index
Accession number 10-20
Catalog Number 10-20News12010
Date January 2010
Object Name Newsclippings
People Harris, Bill M.
Scope & Content 2010

January 31
Handout is off track/ money for rail deepens federal debt, won't help with Ohio's urgent needs.
Ohio house speaker upset about tweeting legislators/ push for crackdown on electronic devices during floor debates draws bipartisan support.
Dayton catches break; follow-up vital to success.

January 30
Troopers warned courier in smuggling/ avoiding a 'drop'; at his manion protected the governor and the public, officials.
Battle for house gears up/ parties raise record campaign gifts in '09; GOP needs 4 more seats to regain control.

January 29
Passenger rail aims for '12/$400M federal grant OK'd to develope Ohio train lines/Sharonville to be among first local stations.
Ohio rail plans, and maybe the city's, are boack on track/$400 million in funding, trains could link Cleveland, Columbus, Dayton and Cincinnati by 2010.
Ohio house leaders plan to delete tweeitng

January 28
New Rail: all aboard . . . Sharonville.
Ohio governor pushes for more federal aid.
Governor gets jump on GOP critics/ Education group lets Strickland announce award months early.
Rules on tweeting don't stop legislators/ State Sen. Shannon Jones R- Springsboro, tweeted during the state of the state address Tuesday.
Domestic-violence bill crafted/ Its sponsors hope reforms to protect victims will become law by year's end.
New state energy fund to plow ahead.

January 27
Local representatives don't put much stock in governor's address.
Capital notes/ Legislators renew efforts to curb drivers who text/ Husted seeks disclosure of corporate donors.
Senate trims third frontier/ $500 million extension by GOP falls short, Dems say; May ballot deadline near.
Strickland vows to rejuvenate Ohio's badly battered economy/ Proposes developing job initiatives, green energy.
Strickland promises job growth/ annual address comes as governor slips in polls.

January 26
Yost drops attorney general race, runs for state auditor.
Buehrer gets Wagoner's post as majority whip.

January 24
Oh the cheap/ the penny-wise stance of Ohio senate republicans threatens to set back progress achieved through the third frontier project.

January 21
Casino paln moving along/ Penn national wants partner in ballot campaign for new location.

January 17
Next frontier/ turning bipartisan support into voter approval at the ballot.

January 16
Ban on texting while driving gains traction in Ohio Senate.

January 14
High-tech issue sees support/ money for start-ups clears Ohio house.
Good for Ohio/ renewal for third frontier would be a win for everyone.
House votes to put third frontier on May ballot.
House agrees to renew tech plan/ third frontier economic proposal heads to senate.
Wagoner leaves leadership post/ state senator won't seek re-election, may exit politics.
Ohio house approves ballot proposal to seek $950 M renewal of high-tech third frontier program.
Ohio house approves tech program ballot request/ Ohio house approves ballot proposal to seek $950 M renewal of high-tech third frontier program.

January 13
Hagan makes bid to get casino valley.
Will house, senate get along in 2010? pending bills require cooperation to pass.
Redistricting plan might not make May ballot.

January 12
$1B issue waiting for lawmakers/ governor wants voters to see jobs measure on May ballot.

January 11
Third frontier, a casino location and redistricting may be heading to ballot.
Ohio lawmakers pitches patch to add fairness to casino initiative Ohio voters OK'd yesterday.

January 10
Frontier politics/ time is running out to put an amendment on the May ballot to fund the third frontier project. Ohio can't afford to wait.

January 8
Everyone chould be behind third frontier.

January 5
High stakes for local legislature.

January 3
State senator, house leaders vow better communications/ but they expect philosophical difficulites.
Stakes high in legislative showdowns/ house senate
High stakes for Ohio statehouse races.

January 2
Lawmakers return to session.