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Collection Harris, Bill M. Ohio Senate papers
Title Newsclipping index
Accession number 10-20
Catalog Number 10-20News082009
Date August 2009
Exhibit# 0
Object Name Newsclippings
People Harris, Bill M.
Scope & Content 2009

August 28
Valley man presists in pursuit of tax holiday for school items.

August 27
State to fight judge's decision on tobacco foundation funds.

August 26
Miller bounced from key senate posts.
Ohio senate is an everlasting institution.

August 24
State supports mixing alcohol and slots/ lottery commission says tracks to have security plans to deal with 18-year-olds.

August 20
Mount Vernon Development Center celebrates a century of service.
Governor in a hurry/ the trouble isn't the rush to put slots at horse racetracks. It remains the way the statehouse chose to balance the budget.
Editorial: stimulating question.

August 19
Age limits for slots questioned/ the state senate president says letting 18-year-olds play exposes them to an unacceptable environment.
Age limits for slots questioned.
Business brief/ receives small business award national federation of independent business.

August 18
Captial notes/ state may seek renewal of third frontier.

August 16
Don't limit opportunity/ removing cap on charter schools will make Ohio more competitive for grants.

August 14
Leaders look to renew program to boost tech job.
May ballot in state's plans to renew third frontier.

August 13
Ohio leaders look to renew, possibly expand, program that provides money to high-tech startups.
Stimulating question/ look who's touting one-time money at the statehouse.
Barbasol break gound.

August 12
State barred from raiding anti-smoking fund.
State to appeal tobacco ruling.

August 11
State barred from raiding anti-smoking fund.
Mount Vernon Collier will seek vacant senate seat.
Ohio GOP senate leadership to Shannon Jones: come on down!

August 9
Propsed bill would ban texting while driving.

August 8
[Photograph of Bill Harris]
State leaders decry partisanship.

August 7
MWCD defends pay raises.
Thom Collier announces run for the senate.
Another candidate joins 19th district race.
Ohio bill would ban text messaging while driving.

August 6
Ban on texting while driving in the works.
Text ban drive afoot.
Lawmakers introduces bills to ban cell phone use while driving.

August 5
Watershed criticized for raises.
Ohio lottery director steps down/ skilled leadership essential during addition of slots, legislators say.

August 4
Public workers rarely seem to face sacrifices.
Ohio elections chief dems, offer elections changes.
GOP caucus accepting resumes for senate seat.

August 3
State budget fallout/ walking the walk? mostly, elected officials have cut their outlays. too.
State wants gambling money; do politicians?

August 2
Pass sexual-orientation bill.
Ben Mutti: slots--an immaculate deception.
Ohio law should limit discrimination because of sexual orientation--editorial.

August 1
Ohio leader criticizes watershed pay raises.
Washington Twp. pastor leads effort to protect gay rights.
Millions roll in for statehouse majorities.
District pay raises draw senator's ire/ Muskingum County Watershed.
State senators criticize watershed district pay raises.
Senate president criticizes watershed districrt Pay raises.