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Editorial: Making Things, Making Progress

Editorial: Making Things, Making Progress

In this editorial, the Plain Dealer weighs in on Ohio’s recovery and some recent victories in Northeast Ohio. Read more below: The aftershocks of the Great Recession aren’t over yet — far from it, especially with continuing economic turmoil in Europe. But the past few days have brought sharp rays of hope about the prospects […]

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Lima News: Rail Price Racing Along at High Speed

Lima News: Rail Price Racing Along at High Speed

Even before taking office, Gov. Kasich asked the federal government to reroute grant money earmarked for the 3C rail program in Ohio and divert it to improving infrastructure across the state. When the federal government denied his request, Gov. Kasich declined to take the grant money altogether…the reason: because it was going to become a […]

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Wall Street Journal: Ohio is Helping Colleges and Job Creators Work Together

Wall Street Journal: Ohio is Helping Colleges and Job Creators Work Together

As reported by the Wall Street Journal, job creators all over the country are struggling to find the skilled labor they require. As mentioned in the article, under Gov. Kasich’s leadership, Ohio is helping community colleges and technical colleges build stronger relationships with businesses that are creating these skilled jobs. These efforts will keep Ohioans […]

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Dispatch: Gov. Kasich Asks Medical Institutions to Work Together for Job Creation & Research

Dispatch: Gov. Kasich Asks Medical Institutions to Work Together for Job Creation & Research

While working to create jobs and bring new companies to Ohio, Governor Kasich recently met with executives from the state’s medical institutions to figure out ways that they can work as one team to sell Ohio as a place for research and job creation. The Columbus Dispatch has more below: With little fanfare yesterday, Gov. […]

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