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Collection Harris, Bill M. Ohio Senate papers
Title Newsclipping index
Accession number 10-20
Catalog Number 10-20News112006
Date November 2006
Exhibit# 0
Object Name Newsclippings
Scope & Content 2006

Newsclipping index

November 30
Legislature alters rules on gun control/ Taft vows to veto bill ending local laws on concelaled weapons.
Taft veto awaits gun-law revisions/ general assembly passes bill that would invalidate local laws.
Lawmakers may OK plan to require mental health coverage/ it would give parity with the insurance that covers physical conditions.
Wait, didn't the GOP hate that mental-health bill?

November 29
Parity for mental health? GOP now backing effort to widen insurance coverage.
Gardner, Fedor win key state senate positions/ Bowling Green republican adds to record
number of legislature leadership posts.
GOP leadership in state senate mostly unchanged/ democrats pick Cafaro, Wilson for seats.

November 18
State senate democrats select leader 11 days early/ Toledo lawmaker wins informal vote.
Strickland promises inclusion in new team.

November 15
A stronger curriculum for Ohio.
School reform on fast track/ republican legislators push for vote on Taft plan before session.

November 12
State's parties gird for dialogue/ balance of power is result when democrats win offices, republicans hold legislature.
School funding may get its day/ Strickland's passion to fix system promising, groups say.
Will Ted Strickland show a little muscle? lessons from governors who know how to fight.
Perhaps 'bipartisan' will come back into fashion.

November 10
High school curriculum a Taft priority.

November 9
Strickland's task/ new governor will have to shun partisanship to turn state around.
GOP still runs Ohio legislature, but much less comfortably.
Dems to push agende/ peldge to carry Strickland vision.

November 4
New governor will likely have GOP legislature.