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Collection Harris, Bill M. Ohio Senate papers
Title Newsclipping index
Accession number 10-20
Catalog Number 10-20News032007
Date March 2007
Exhibit# 0
Object Name Newsclippings
Scope & Content 2007

Newsclipping index

March 30
Quick cash/ Strickland's plan for $5 billion payout from tobacco fund promising.

March 29
Education groups oppose bus driver rules changes.

March 27
Clapping-and sitting-on the governor's plan.

March 25
Strickland's new math insincere.
School funding: has Ohio fixed it?

March 23
Court to hear bill-signing case.

March 22
Ohio house speaker vows to stand his own ground with governor/ Husted helps pass a bill that would increase Strickland's control over colleges, but he's against plans to cut vouchers.

March 21
OLBC meeting helped shape Strickland agenda.

March 20
Keen math skills needed to absorb state of the state.
GOP leaders skeptical of idea for tobacco fund.

March 19
Capitol corridors/ bipartisan hand clasp cheered.

March 18
Governor generates statehouse enthusiasm.
Battle over budget already brewing/ Strickland broke a promise, Husted says.
Strickland's career has had a ring of luck that he'll still need.
Can a litle luck rub off on Ohio?
Nursing home industry has powerful grip on legislature.

March 17
GOP's Husted feeling shut out on Strickland's agenda/ Speaker faults governor on communication.

March 15
Speaker: governor shutting out lawmakers on budget plans.
Governor promises tax cut, revamped aid for education.
Speech reaction divided/ governor wows some.
Governor wants to shift funds/ Strickland proposes state provide more of school aid, end most vouchers.
Charter school moratorium divides/ democrats stand behind Strickland's proposal, but republicans make the case in favor of vouchers.
Strickland sets sail/ state of the state address.
Strickland tackles taxes child health, education.
Speech sparks praise, skepticism, analysis.
Strickland offered inspiration for everyone.

March 13
Good choice/ Fingerhut is respected and highly qualified for chancellor's post.
Strickland sets to unveil his first budget proposal/ two-year spanding plan will map out initial steps to fix school funding, seek end to certain tax breaks.

March 11
Time arrives to reveal blueprint/ expectations run high as strickland to deliver his state of the state, first budget this week.
State of the state speech, budget plan will show Strickland's priorities.
The medicaid mess/ billions will be at stake as Ohio continues to cleanup its health care program for the poor.

March 9
Strickland expands access to in-home care for seniors/ passport.

March 8
Fingerhut set to become next board of regents chancellor.
Fingerhut to become chancellor of regents/ cabinets-level status of post still unclear.

March 7
Resolution for refugees come home to senate.
Ohio senate supports refugees from Iraq/ resolution prompted by Strickland's comments.

March 6
Study/ eight school scenarios offered, prices estimated.

March 5
Capitol corridors/ Strickland proposes BWC changes.

March 4
Ex-lawmaker a potential favorite as education czar/ if legislature creates position, Fingerhut would be a good fit, governor, other says.

March 3
Bills to revise regents board just sound different-really.
Drop suit, governor tells GOP/ veto fight wasting tax dollars, Strickland says.

March 2
Bill changes raise question: are they law?
Republican bill switch angers Strickland.

March 1
Bill seeks coverage for cancer trials/ advocates want patients to have options other than standard treatment.
Dann wants top court to dismiss veto challenge.
Lawyers challenge veto.
Leaders recalled, revised filed bill/ GOP lawmakers say they were correcting error, but sued when Strickland took similiar action.