|Collection||Harris, Bill M. Ohio Senate papers|
|Scope & Content||
Military tax break aimed at improving economy.
Bill would end tax on military pensions.
Utility reports profit down/First energy cites reparis at nuclear plant for dip.
Opening school records.
Moms may get more time/state civil-rights panel votes for 12-week rule.
Video games and crapshoots.
Ohio senate/ women vanishing form GOP caucus/ Sen. Padgett alone in halls of power until she retires.
Protect children/ open records and strict monitoring needed to weed out dangerous teachers.
Tracking teachers' misdeeds/ officials want national database of abuses, disciplinary actions.
Legislators do about-face on racing machines/ several lawmakers who voted for video racing in May voted againist it in a gambling-limits bill this week.
Schools chief pledges reform/ teacher-misconduct system to become more transparent.
Leashing lenders/ Ohio legislators who favor tighter rules on payday loans have a range of credible options laid beform them.
Senate OKs ban on video games/ public comment wasn't allowed.
Strickland seeks reform/ state must outline, track teacher misconduct, governor says.
Gambling limits win speedy approval/ house must OK one change before Strickland can sign bill.
Senate votes to ban cash-paying games of skill/devices likened to illegal slot machines.
Slot machines on their way out of Ohio.
Senate quickly passes bill on slot-like games/ legislation would tighten difinition of legal skill machines.
Senators consider gaming ban today/ some deomcrats have objected to 'slots' legislation moving so quickly.
Legislation may step in/ house speaker concerned after revelations of unreported misconduct by Ohio teachers.
Austria wins charimanship.
Bills would help control diabetes.
Husted to run for Ohio senate/ he'll seek the seat Jacobsen is leaving.
Speakers Husted's state senate bid' foreseen, but what comes after?
House OKs ban on 'skill games'
Seitz lands four committee posts as newest seantor.
Ohio house approves ban on cash payouts/ speaker says the legislation aims to get video gaming machines out of state.
Ohio seante says goodbye' to Clancy with accolades.
House expected to approve anti-gambling proposal/ plan would ban cash payouts, prizes of more than $10 from slot-like machines.
Ohio's conservative streak is ace up Strickland's sleeve.
Mayoral race, state politics are antithesis of D. C's spiteful way.
Strickland, GOP join forces again.
Making Ohio attractive to business.
Proposed legislation: payday lenders may face stiff rules.