|Collection||Harris, Bill M. Ohio Senate papers|
Harris, Bill M.
|Scope & Content||
Brunner offers donation rules/official moves to reshape Ohio's limits on corporate gifts to political campaigns.
Politics intrude on Ohio's rail argument.
Capital notes/Governor defends plans for passenger rail.
fact check: politics creep into Ohio rail debate.
Sen. Harris questions high speed rail plan.
Train to glory, or slow boxcar to Cleveland? Don't railroad us.
Tiger moms want autism covered.
Will Ohio leave the station? What other states know about passenger rail.
Republican leader not on board passenger train plan.
State Sen. questions viability of 3C rail corridor.
GOP skeptical 3-C corridor rail project 'best use' of taxes/Senator wants answers about costs, ridership.
Blocking '3C' train may not be hard/ A couple of GOP votes could derail rail plan.
GOP doubtful on rail project.
Sen. Bill Harris derails Ted Stricklan's 39MPH slow-train?
Harris wants answers from Strickland on rail plan.
Capital notes/Columbus lawmakers has new committee seat.
Stewart appointed to committee studying state child care services.
Gillmor receives key state senate finance role/She takes Wagoner's seat on committee.
Finance committee selects Gillmor.
Speaker denies girl spotlight/abortion called too divisive a topic.
State politics entangle bipartisan DNA bill.
Politics entangle bipartisan DNA bill/House is last hurdle, but alternate version may be put up for vote.
Third frontier renewal to go on May ballot.
Tech bond issue on May ballott.
$700M issue to go to voters
$700 million renewal of Ohio third frontier heads for May ballot.
Ohio lawmakers meet deadline to approve $700M third frontier program renewal for May ballot.
House, senate ban twitter.
Ohio lawmakers reach deal on job-creating program.
Senate compromise garners $700M jobs package on ballot.
Ohio third frontier job funds going to short list.
Strickland handpicks donors companies for third frontier grants, Republicans like campaign cash too.
Delete the tweets/state representative's rude behavior may require tighter rules.
From under the bus to a turn at the wheel/ working or jobless, Ohioans eye help from president on tough road to recovery.