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Kasich: Ohio Must Not Be Afraid of Big Ideas

Area lawmakers express concerns over school plan

February 20, 2013

LIMA, Ohio — Gov. John Kasich told Ohioans on Tuesday that the state has seen wholesale improvements since he took office, but now is not the time to “rest on our laurels....

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oldmansvan

Feb-21-13 8:43 AM

Ohio should be very afraid until they get rid of Kasich and they will in the next election.

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mikeyd

Feb-21-13 7:02 AM

take a look at how many high paid administration jobs are in your local school boards these days.they have already made cuts at the bottom including service people and teachers.there are more administrators than ever with less people to direct.this kind of stuff makes for a failed government.

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uglyassmf

Feb-20-13 12:57 PM

What an idiot. the state has seen great overall improvement because of the gas and oil drilling.

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Shark88

Feb-20-13 10:31 AM

Why is it that every politician thinks that it is governments responsibility to create jobs?

Like a virtuous woman, the government needs to know its place.

Afraid of big ideas? How about being afraid of big government?

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LogHog

Feb-20-13 8:32 AM

Ah yes the severence tax...it has worked so well in creating so much wealth for the people of W.Va. time for the Govt. of Ohio to get theirs...like I said before..Texas is looking better every day

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Bossman011

Feb-20-13 8:03 AM

Not ALL the employees, just UPPER MANAGEMENT!! The ones in Columbus get their pay raises. The get FREE health care. You're on the outside looking in. You don't know the full story.

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uglyassmf

Feb-20-13 12:57 AM

How about lets cut the state employees wages by 10% and cut the benefit package in half. for all state employees..not just the ones that pay union dues.

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