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WOSU News Archives For: April 2, 2008
For several weeks, it appeared that Democratic Governor Ted Strickland’s mammoth job-creation proposal would be stalled by the legislature.
The economic stimulus plan being promoted by Governor Strickland and Republican legislative leaders would take hundreds of millions of dollars from tobacco education efforts.
Attorneys for four men arrested today oncharges they were planning to flee the country before being sentenced on fraud charges are disputing the arrests.
The Chief executive officer of American Electric Power spoke on the Ohio State University campus today. The main message: alternative sources of energy still have a ways to go…
The Columbus Clippers baseball team will play one last season in Cooper stadium beginning Thursday night. The team is expected to move to the new Huntington Park stadium downtown a year from now.
Several of Ohio’s larger public universities schedule classes on the quarter system rather than the semester system. Board of Regents Chancellor Eric Fingerhut says he wants a common academic calendar across the University system. That would mean quarters replaced by semesters.