|Collection||Harris, Bill M. Ohio Senate papers|
|Scope & Content||
Working to ensure Ohioans' property rights.
GOP wants to revise districting/ adding clout for minority.
Court: not all sex offenders must move.
House passes 2005 Great Lakes agreement/ but compact faces senate opposition on property rights.
Wrong again/ Ohio senate's misguided attempt to rewrite a landmark water agreemetn threatens the very foundation of this region's future.
Great Lakes Compact/ new debate may dissolve water pact/ Ohio, Wisconsin lawmakers seeking last-minute changes.
Sick-days legislation sitting idle/ its backers' next option is the November ballot.
No valentine exchange in the statehouse.
Will lawmakers keep cozy with lenders?
Strickland follows Rhodes' lead in use of bond issue for projects.
Captiol notebook: reform, DeWine spar with each other.
Strickland vows he'll go to ballot/ Ohio stimulus plan.
Strickland will fight for jobs bond issue.
Strickland proposals face legislative, political hurdles.
Strickland unveils $1.7B jobs for Ohio/ budget woes called opportunity.
Governor proposes $1.7 billion economic stimulus package.
State's stimulus package unveiled/ Strickland calls for $1.7 billion in borrowed money to help economy.
Strickland seeks stronger school role/ he proposes cabinet-level director, making board advisory.
Gov. foresees jobs, solutions/ sounds great, lawmakers say; where's the money?
Governor wants control of schools/ Strickland promises a reform plan within a year; republicans wary of power shift.
Bond issue centerpiece of Strickland's plan/ republican leaders not sure that borrowing $1.7 billion is best for Ohio.
Strickland touts $1.7B bond issue/ governor says money will help create 80,000 jobs; college plan outlined.
Echoes of Rhodes as governor sells bonds.
Proposal offers free tuition year.
Economy tops agenda; education close behind.
Strickland tries new approach/ to move economy: borrow to create jobs.
To repair education: he'll appoint director.
Intiative mandating paid sick days languishing in Ohio legislature.
Ohio senate drags feet on sick days requirement for business.
Ohio senate shows little interest in sick leave.
Football's still king at Ohio State.
Strickland prepares second state of the state speech.
Expansion of state lottery could face a legal challenge.
Energy, health drive donations.
Following the money/ health care, energy, labor,financial, telecommunications.
Schools at top of plan to trim budget/ Strickland proposes cutting 2,700 workers; adds lottery initiative.