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The 69th and current Governor of Ohio, serving since 2011.
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ENG: John Richard Kasich (born May 13, 1952) is the 69th and current Governor of Ohio. A member of the Republican Party, he previously served as a member of the United States House of Representatives, representing Ohio's 12th congressional district from 1983 to 2001. He was a commentator on Fox News Channel, hosting Heartland with John Kasich, from 2001 to 2007. In the 2010 Ohio gubernatorial election, Kasich narrowly defeated Democratic incumbent Ted Strickland, receiving 49% of the vote. Early life Kasich was born in McKees Rocks, Pennsylvania,where his father worked as a mail carrier.After attending public schools in McKees Rocks, he enrolled at Ohio State University, where he joined the Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity.He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science from Ohio ...
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John Kasich's intentions are to bust Ohio's unions


I am writing in response to Rep. Gerald Stebelton's letter in which he supported Senate Bill 5 (SB5). I guess his article makes sense to someone who doesn't know the facts. Rep. Stebelton stated that SB5 does not eliminate collective bargaining. Yes, we can collectively bargain with management, but if no agreement is reached, management can simply accept their own offer. Mr. Stebelton, do you believe Ohio voters are going to see this as true collective bargaining? It also surprises me that Mr. Stebelton, being from Lancaster, doesn't seem to be aware of the many concessions the public sector ...


Medicaid proposal by Gov. Kasich would transform system


If Gov. John Kasich's budget proposal passes, the state's heavily used Medicaid system will undisputedly undergo a transformation. More than 2 million Ohioans are now enrolled in Medicaid, the government's health insurance for the poor. The system has grown so much -- particularly during the recent recession -- that it now pays for two out of every five births in the state. At the same time, it has become a system that provides little care coordination for the people who are enrolled and little accountability for how money is spent, said Greg Moody, director of Kasich's Office of Health ...


Can Ohio's John Kasich Win Back the Voters?


When Ohio Gov. John Kasich took the stage of a town hall meeting to unveil his fiscal plan in mid-March, he received sustained applause. He responded with a playful note of caution: "You haven't seen my budget yet." For the past 12 weeks, the Republican governor has done exactly what he said he would do. He immediately reinstated $800 million in income tax cuts that his predecessor had shelved. Next, he introduced major reforms for ­public-sector unions, changes that include abolishing most collective-bargaining rights. And last month, he proposed a budget that would eliminate Ohio's ...


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Nina Turner, Jim Hightower to speak in Tyler on Sunday among other political happenings
Progressive political leaders Nina Turner and Jim Hightower will be appear in Tyler from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Sunday at Ornelas Activity Center at UT Tyler, 3402 Old Omen Road. Turner served the state of Ohio in many ways: first as a legislative aide, then in the mayor of Cleveland's cabinet, then as a Cleveland council member, and finally as a state senator.
Judge Roy Moore bolsters Republican Partya
But the same flawed political conventional wisdom that led Republican leadership to back the wrong candidate in this race is operating all the time. Judge Roy Moore bolsters Republican Party credibility But the same flawed political conventional wisdom that led Republican leadership to back the wrong candidate in this race is operating all the time.
Mayors' group makes sure Appalachian Ohio's voice is heard
Mayors from a stretch of Appalachian Ohio have been meeting for 20 years to exchange advice on everything from economic development strategies to sharing snow-removal equipment, but now they are broadening their scope. For example, the 13-county consortium of mayors in southeastern and southern Ohio wrote to Gov. John Kasich and the director of the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services recently seeking $12 million from approximately $200 million in unobligated federal funds for the Temporary Assistance to Needy Families program, or TANF.
Ohio lawmakers look to ban bump stocks
An Ohio State senator is planning to introduce a piece of legislation on banning bump-fire stocks, the same attachment allegedly used by Stephen Paddock in the Las Vegas shooting to modify twelve firearms in his hotel room. "To have a loophole that would allow a weapon to be modified and do what happened in Vegas, that's unconscionable," said Senator Cecil Thomas, D-Cincinnati.



 
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