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Collection Harris, Bill M. Ohio Senate papers
Title Newsclipping index
Accession number 10-20
Catalog Number 10-20News112009
Date November 2009
Object Name Newsclippings
People Harris, Bill M.
Scope & Content 2009

November 29
Still nothing/ senate republicans have fiddled long enough. Time for a legimate compromise on the state budget.
Morrison asks state court to stop removal from elections post.

November 28
Public option would leave Ohio with a choice to make/ Sides line up over health-care issue

November 27
GOP backer of budget fix has found few followers.

November 26
Ruling says Morrison should step down from elections board.

November 25
No deal in sight on state budget crisis.

November 23
Yates seeks end to term limits/ legislator wants eight-year cap lifted.
More hot air than action in Columbus.
Senate republicans won't even pass their own big 'plan'/ legislators may not be paying much federal or state income tax-in some cases perhaps none-on their Ohio pay.

November 22
Decision on Morrision expected before holiday.
Third frontier spirit/ a consensus has formed around a statewide ballot issue for May. The one missing part? Bill Harris and the senate republicans.
Ohio senate GOP's 2-faced tax tantrum.
Many lawmakers get a tax break on their legislative pay.

November 21
Governor calls GOP proposal a 'sham'/ $851 million budget gap.

November 20
Ohio moderates' budget fix meets immovable forces.
Ohio talkin' judical reform.
Gov. rejects budget fix/ compromise falls short.
Strickland vowing to punish abusers.
Doing nothing/ Ohio appeared ready this week to address its budget shortfall. Then, senate republicans balked at a credible plan.

November 19
Lawmakers deadlocked again on budget fix.
Don't delay on third frontier.
GOP lacks votes for own state budget fix.
Senators act on violence-education bill/ house-passed measure languished in committee 6 months.
Gov. Strickland blasts GOP budget proposal/ Sen Husted calls democrat's retort 'almost childish'.
Ohio unsure of budget fix/ lawmakers deadlock on tax cut delay.
Dems shoot down GOP's state budget fix/ senate proposal eyes Ohio casino licensing fees.

November 18
Saliba joins race for house seat.
Is governor's race affecting budget fight?
Politics enter Ohio technology jobs program debate.
'No' to budget politics.
Time for change/ lawmakers call for holistic approach to domestic-violence laws; other states offer solutions.
Watershed employees get pay freezes, cuts.

November 17
Politicizing the budget/ senate republicans stand in the way of easiest solution to state's financial woes.
Capital notes/ legislature's slow pace concerns rep. Hottinger.

November 16
The Morrison question/ should the Ohio senate concur in the removal of a UA trustee? Yes-in view of court conviction and related ethical sloppiness.

November 15
Budget posturing could cost GOP.

November 14
Avoiding hard choices.
GOP not rushing to adopt tax-cut freeze.
Saliba to run for Ohio 2nd district seat.
Watershed starts 'pay freeze'.

November 13
Politics enter Ohio technology jobs program debate.
Under fire, conservancy cuts raises, freezes pay/ Muskingum Watershed.

November 12
Ohio folds/ Casino developers begin to inject themselves into state's politics.
Strickland controlling his own fate/ lingering budget battle only hurts Strickland.
A caucus without a plan/ how will senate republicans fill an $851-million budget hole?
Will Nationwide protect Burnham Square? Casinos

November 11
State leaders, casino officials start talks/ regulation process among topics.
Senate leader against any delay in tax cut/ democrats' bill would use money saved to balance leaky state budget.
Casino groundbreaking expected in 12 months/ gambling at Broadway Commons.
Proposed delay of Ohio tax cuts spurs e-mails.

November 10
Casino reps visit statehouse.
Casino victors come calling today/ developers to talk with state leaders about next steps.
Proposed delay in Ohio tax cuts spurs e-mail from constituents.

November 8
Lawmakers still fighting over casinos.
Stablemates-issue 2

November 5
Strickland resists GOP revisions on casinos/ some republicans seek higher tax rate, competitive bidding.
Casino foes vow to fight/ gambling officials promise top-notch project in Columbus.
Casions-four could open by '12/ that's when developers want gambling to begin, but first state must work out regulatory details.
Remember the imaginary conversation on a new ballot if 3 passed? it's real. . .

November 3
Some want new amendment for areas that voted no on issue 3.
DuRoplh joins advisory council/ school funding.
Restore the balance/ republican-dominated senate should support budget-fixing measure.

November 1
Budget in the balance/ the governor has stepped up. So has the Ohio house. Does the state senate have a better way to generate $851 million?