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Schiavoni Releases Jobs Plan

Betty Sutton called for the end to an education program.

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Danielle Bernstein and Zach C. Cohen
Sept. 29, 2017, 11:22 a.m.

State Sen. Joe Schiavoni (D) “on Thursday announced the jobs plan that he would implement if he’s elected governor next year.” He “is proposing a mix of infrastructure projects and economic and workforce development,” which he would fund by repealing “a business-income tax cut that’s costing state government $1.1 billion in annual revenue. The cut was sold as a way to create jobs, but Ohio continues to lag behind the rest of the nation in job growth.” (The Columbus Dispatch)

THIS AND THAT. Former Rep. Betty Sutton (D) this week called for the legislature to “expel” Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow and highlighted the “the threat that algae poses to” Toledo. (releases)


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