The Governor got the semi-private jobs board he wanted, but he suffered a major defeat with the repeal of Senate Bill 5.
The fight over a $55 billion, two-year spending plan was one of the many events that divided the legislature in 2011.
Gov. John Kasich says he has concerns about the legality and the family impact of drug tests for people getting cash assistance from the state.
The Governor’s comments come as lawmakers in Illinois are considering a $275 million incentive package to keep the company in suburban Chicago.
The Kasich Administration is said to have offered Sears Holdings as much as $400 million in incentives to move its headquarters from suburban Chicago to Columbus. Should Ohio offer Sears $400 million to move to Ohio?
The Kasich administration is taking a little bit of praise and a lot of flack for its redesign of the Ohio’s license plate and driver’s license. Count WOSU commentator Andrew Miller among the critics.
The Kasich Administration has chosen a new design for the state’s license plate. What do you think of it?
Gov. John Kasich spoke of the ideas last month to a working group studying ways to change the state’s laws on exotic animals.
The report from Common Cause says oil and gas producers have spent nearly $3 million on lobbying and campaign contributions in Ohio over the last decade.
The few animals to survive the Zanesville exotic animal farm fiasco last week won’t be heading back to the farm; at least not yet. On Thursday state regulators issued a last-minute order after Marian Thompson, widow of the suicidal owner, announced that she would reclaim the surviving animals from the Columbus Zoo.