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School, tax changes move through Ohio Senate

As he heads into a fall re-election bid, Ohio Gov. John Kasich on Tuesday backed a package of new tax cuts and a one-year reprieve from school district and teacher penalties related to the state’s new education and teacher evaluation standards. ...

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Kasich proposes new round of tax cuts

Ohio Gov. John Kasich used his annual State of the State speech Monday to pledge a new round of tax cuts... ...

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Kasich softens style, rankles conservatives

Kasich has taken on a more conciliatory, moderate approach that observers say could be intended to position him for re-election in his perennially purple state or for a repeat run for president. ...

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Ohio Medicaid to begin online family enrollment ahead of schedule

New eligibility system makes it easier for children and parents to access health coverage ...

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Not enough JobsOhio oversight?

State lawmakers created JobsOhio in 2011 in a bill containing sweeping exemptions from public records and ethics laws. ...

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Medicaid enrollment looking good

Obama's health care law melded two approaches to advance its goal. ...

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Kasich on the hot seat over Ormet job loss

What was once the largest private employer in its region is now Ohio's largest industrial layoff ...

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Gee to lead review of higher education in Ohio

By Julie Carr Smyth Wire Service Correspondent COLUMBUS (AP) – Former Ohio State University President Gordon Gee was tapped by Gov. John Kasich on Monday to lead a review of ways to improve the value of higher education. Gee was president of five leading U.S. universities before retiring from Ohio State in July after remarks he made disparaging Roman Catholics and Southeastern Conference schools became publ ...

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Kasich’s 2014 rival proposes JobsOhio changes

A Democratic challenger to Republican Gov. John Kasich proposed stronger ethics and transparency rules Monday for Kasich's privatized job-creation office, saying they are needed to protect against conflicts of interest and corruption. ...

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Ohio sees record high overdose deaths in 2011

Ohioans are dying from drug overdoses at record-high rates, the state Department of Health said Friday as it released 2011 figures that place the blame on prescription painkillers and also show a worsening heroin problem. ...

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