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Collection Harris, Bill M. Ohio Senate papers
Title Press Release
Accession number 10-20
Catalog Number 10-202006PressRelease
Date 2006
Exhibit# 0
Object Name Release, News
Scope & Content 2006

Press Release

February 8
Ashland war veteran honored with purple heart during Ohio sente session.

February 13
Richland correctional gets renovations.

February 27
Harris announces state release of funds for Scioto Juvenile Correctional Facility.

March 8
Becomes first legislator to be named Amvets Legislator of the year twice.

March 16
Senator Harris pushes legislation that grants townships the authority to regulate adult businesses.

April 10
Technology at work/ "third frontier to fund innovative fuel cell technology"

April 27
Harris awarded for supporting disabled citizens.

May 31
Youth organization recognizes senator Harris.

July 11
State provides funding for renovations to Mount Vernon Development Center.

July 24
State increases school facilities budget by $5 million for Plymouth-Shiloh elementary.

August 3
Ohio house and senate leaders annouce illegal alien enforcement act.

August 14
State provides $7 million low-interest loan to aid job creation in Ashland county.

August 28
State releases more that $3.4 million in funding for job creation, higher education in Delaware county.

September 11
State supports housing projects in Knox county.

October 17
State releases $200,000 in business development funds; retains more than 200 jobs in Delaware county.

October 30
State invests into local business for new technology jobs.

November 14
Harris honors Schafrath during sentae session.

November 17
Mansfield student visits senate, learns the ropes from senate president Harris.

December 5
Two local businesses receive state assistance and create 67 new jobs.
$1.7 million for rail work in Knox and Licking counties, retaining 200 jobs.

December 6
Harris announces additional state funding for Mansfield Lahm air national guard facility.