The lawsuit filed against Tom Ganley forced me to delay writing about the second part of Kasich’s continuing gaffes on matters regarding renewable energy policy in Ohio.
In late September, Kasich indicated to the Dayton Daily News that he opposed Ohio’s renewable energy mandate that was part of Strickland’s 2008 re-regulation of Ohio’s electric utility markets (re-regulation after the GOP’s 1990s de-regulation proved to be better on conservative think-tank’s “academic” papers than in reality.)
“We better be careful we’re not running up […]Full Story... →
From the Dayton Daily News:
Kasich said he aims to “really remake the state.”
“Now I can get my hands on the wheel and be an executive,” he said. “…this is a chance to and also to take a team of people who have been around for a very long time and get them to, you know, go through theory, the theory that we’ve studied and thought about all these years to executing. This is really, when I look back on all the experiences that I’ve had, it kind of all adds up to this is definitely the […]Full Story... →
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