Posted Wednesday, January 27, 2010
Governor Strickland says the state of the Buckeye state is "unyielding," and in his annual address he unveiled a series of measures he says will create new jobs and help Ohio emerge from the recession. His proposals include a $40 million investment fund for so-called advanced energy companies, an "in-sourcing" labor program (as opposed to outsourcing) and a clearinghouse for small businesses to connect with creditors. The Governor says he believes in Ohio, but will voters believe in him? Wednesday morning at 9, we'll have analysis and reaction from political observers across the state and from you.
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