|Collection||Harris, Bill M. Ohio Senate papers|
|Scope & Content||
Strickland to 'likely'use veto/ Gov. is against voucher program for the disabled.
Lawmakers hug, deliver budget/ voters' rejection of 1-party rule led to friendlier politics.
Rare harmony in Columbus: parties agree on budget.
State budget passes easily/ bill clears both chambers with only one no vote, heads to governor's deask.
State busget passes with focus on education, tax cut for seniors.
Increased safeguards sought for foster kids/ Ohio lawmakers pass measures in reaction to the death of 3-year-old Marcus Fiesel last summer.
Bipartisan harmony reigns in Ohio/ predictions of government gridlock prove unfounded as legislature cooperates on approving state budget.
Lawmakers still without e-mail rules. no action on private accounts used for state business until fall.
Legislators settle the easy issues for next budget.
House GOP seeks to ban electronic gaming devices.
Ohio's 2-year budget getting final touches.
House republicans urging state ban on electronic gaming.
House, senate making history on budget bill.
House republicans reject senate's version of budget/ bill goes to committee where negotiators will confront its price tag.
House expected to accept senate version with little change.
Lawmakers unusually agreeable on final state budget.
Senators united in approval of new state budget.
showdown on charter schools short-lived/ Ohio senate approves budget after democrat drops push for accountability ammendment.
Ohio senate unanimously approves two-year budget/ it gives $52.4 billion for state spending, with $2 million for developing the Wright-Pat area.
Senate OKs budget with few changes.
State altering course on higher education/ legislators, governor push to bolster funding.
The right direction/ Ohio lawmakers set to deliver long-overdue boost for higher education.
Senate restores funding that was cut from budget/ $200 million add is true to Strickland's plan.
Ohio primary date likely set, despite other states' moves.
Senate plan gives more to colleges/ GOP one-ups house by $180 million, has its eye on scientists.
Senators act to freeze tuition.
Senators propose 2-year tuition freeze.
Senate tightens up eminent domain.