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Ohio Coal interests that a veteran environmental regulator says played a role in his forced resignation have contributed about $50,000 to Republican Gov. John Kasich since he took office a fraction of the well-funded politician's re-election campaign
Ohio Coal interests that a veteran Ohio environmental regulator says contributed to his forced resignation have donated about $50,000 to Republican Gov. John Kasich (KAY'-sik) since he took office. That's a fraction of the $5.3 million Kasich has
Ohio voters have little enthusiasm for a presidential run by Gov. John Kasich , a poll released Friday indicated. Public Policy Polling said Kasich tied for fifth place when Ohioans were asked about nine potential Republican nominees.
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
August 20, 2013 It's way too early for normal people to pay close attention to 2014 Ohio gubernatorial polls, but Politico.com, which lives for this stuff, calls attention to one that's pretty interesting/surprising.Republican John Kasich's approval/
The Ohio House's leading Democrat says the state ethics panel's dismissal Thursday of complaints involving Republican Gov. John Kasich (KAY'-sik) and his privatized economic development office left unanswered ethical questions. House Democratic
However, if John Kasich doesn't win re-election as Ohio's governor next year and Armond Budish doesn't emerge as the successor to Ed FitzGerald as Cuyahoga County executive, we will be in minor shock.
Ohio Subsidiaries of an Ohio company that's helped sustain Ohio Gov. John Kasich's (KAY'-sik's) political career and contribute to his personal bank account have received tax breaks worth more than $619,000, records show...Kasich served a decade on
Lower Taxes, More Aid for Poor Gov. John Kasich Promotes Blend of Conservative Orthodoxy Leavened With Liberal Policies Copyright 2012 Dow Jones & Company, Inc. All Rights Reserved This copy is for your personal, non-commercial use only.
The most-used punctuation among Ohio educators preparing for the new school year is probably the question mark. A number of changes for schools will begin playing out as classes resume this month, and their full impact isn't known. A recent overhaul