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The text, as prepared, of Ohio Gov. John Kasich's State of the State speech Monday in Medina, Ohio...Thank you members of the General Assembly, members of my Cabinet, the people of Medina and, of course, my wife Karen Kasich and my daughters, Emma
Written by Filed Under Recovery tapers after improvement Ohio outpaced the nation in reducing its unemployment rate following the Great Recession. In 2013 the trend reversed and the nations jobless rate continued to decline, while Ohios flattened. In
A Chinese company will build an automotive glass-making plant in southwest Ohio, creating up to 800 jobs and revitalizing a former General Motors factory site, officials said Friday. Officials from Fuyao Glass Industry Group Co. and the owner of the
These big-name governors embraced dark money to push their agendas...The 2014 election season means it's reckoning time for a trio of high-profile Republican governors elected four years ago at the height of the tea party movement.
Ohio A May dinner with then-Ohio State University president Gordon Gee appears to have helped change the fortunes of a fledgling venture capital fund co-founded by Ohio Gov. John Kasich's former jobs czar. Records released Friday show university
However, these are not jobs for you or your neighbors, but for their friends also known as campaign donors a new report shows...Well, technically they do serving up your tax dollars to politically connected businesses while erecting barriers to make
Republican governors in at least six states are being criticized by lawmakers, including some in their own party, over incentives for companies that went bankrupt, faced bribery charges or made political donations before obtaining government funds.
Two Democratic state lawmakers in Ohio have asked the state watchdog to investigate possible conflicts of interest at Gov. John Kasich's (KAY'-sik's) privatized job-creation office, JobsOhio...John Patrick Carney and Connie Pillich filed their
Ohio's high court has set oral arguments in a case over whether opponents of the private economic development entity created by Republican Gov. John Kasich (KAY'-sik) have the standing to sue. Lawyers on both sides of the suit involving JobsOhio will
Ohio A newspaper review found that six of nine board members of Ohio Gov. John Kasich's privatized economic development office, JobsOhio, have ties to companies that received tax credits or other state or JobsOhio assistance since Kasich took office