Ohio Senate Bill 3 was first introduced over a year ago on 2/2/15 and passed out of the Senate on 3/25/15. The bill then made it’s way to the House Education Committee in April 2015 and had two hearings last Spring. Many of the items in the bill would have made changes for the 2015-16 school year, so when it did not pass out of the committee, much of it effectively became “out of date”.
In the past month, it resurfaced in the House Education Committee and was recently hastily added to the agenda for the upcoming week, where we’re […]Full Story... →
What a difference a week can make for candidates running this year for the White House. It sure made a big difference for Ohio Gov. John Kasich’s second run for the White House. And it wasn’t good.
The 63-year old mid-term governor was flying high in New Hampshire after finishing a very distant second place to Donald John Trump there 11 days ago. But then on Saturday Mr. Sunny Side Up got shot down when the tiny-state rocket ship he climbed on crashed in South Carolina in a very far and distant fifth place.
Gov. Kasich has advanced mostly by […]Full Story... →
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