Posted Monday, June 18, 2012
The legislature, and Governor John Kasich, have been busy in the past week. On the Next Sound of Ideas, we'll update you on what's been happening at the capital: The governor's mid-biennium budget passed and the Cleveland schools reform plan gets the nod. We'll also check on the third grade reading guarantee, new rules for fracking, and look at a pending bill that would change the definition of a loaded gun. Join us, Monday at 9 on the Sound of Ideas.
Bill Cohen, Reporter, Statehouse News Bureau
Laura Bischoff, Reporter, Dayton Daily News
Sen. Nina Turner
Rep. Peter Stautberg
Gov. John Kasich vetoes nursing home funding, signs mid-budget review
Ohio lawmakers OK 3rd-grade reading bill
Bill gives Cleveland mayor stronger control over schools
Ohio House of Representatives
Ohio Legislative Service Commission
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