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Comment by Nancy on February 18, 2015 at 1:58pm

For those of you in Western OH who were effected by algae last year: 

Bill targeting Lake Erie algal blooms passes Ohio Senate

Comment by Nancy on February 18, 2015 at 9:56am

Is your OH State Rep on the list?

"Labor unions share the love with 31 Ohio House Republicans"

Comment by Shelley SImms on February 16, 2015 at 6:36pm

He just needs to give it up.  He definitely is not what I thought he was when he first became governor.  I will fight tooth and nail against a Kasich Presidential run.

Comment by Nancy on February 16, 2015 at 11:10am

At the Republican Governors Association meeting last fall, Ohio Gov. John Kasich, who will be visiting South Carolina this week as he considers a 2016 presidential run, said a pathway to citizenship may be necessary.

“My sense is I don’t like the idea of citizenship when people jump the line, [but] we may have to do it,” he said. “It may be a laborious and tough process. I would never say we would never do it. … At the end of the day it may be necessary.”

JMHO. . .he is not POTUS worthy! 

Comment by Nancy on February 10, 2015 at 10:55am

Obama wishes more Republicans were like Ohio’s Kasich

Comment by Nancy on February 4, 2015 at 1:41pm

Ohio governor’s budget a blast from the tax-shifting past

. . .To pay for state income tax cuts and exemptions, the Republican governor wants to hike the state sales tax, Commercial Activity Tax, cigarette tax and severance taxes paid by oil and gas drillers. . .

. . .Including a cut to the CAT’s alternative minimum tax, Kasich’s two-year plan would result in a net tax cut of $523 million — less than the cost of two months of Kasich’s Obamacare Medicaid expansion. . .

. . .“It is truly hard to believe Governor Kasich is proposing a budget that would result in a government spending increase of over 40 percent from his first year to his sixth year, largely funded by projected higher tax revenues and growing dependence on federal deficit spending,” Matt Mayer, president of free-market think tank Opportunity Ohio, told Ohio Watchdog via email.

“This marks the third budget devoid of making tough choices,” Mayer said. “Ohioans must now pray his rosy projections materialize. Governor Kasich simply can no longer claim to be a fiscal conservative — he is a tax shifting, big spending populist.”. .

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Comment by Nancy on January 30, 2015 at 11:55am

Is this what you voted for your Governor to do? (underlining is mine to highlight points):

 John Kasich's new coordinated welfare approach to start with teens, young adults

Gov. John Kasich will propose new approaches for Ohio's welfare programs in the budget he unveils Monday, targeting teens and young adults as part of an effort to intervene at an early age to stop poverty.

The changes would require individual counties, which administer the assistance programs across the state, to designate a lead entity that will be responsible for coordinating help -- assistance programs and job training efforts -- and matching them to clients.

Individual clients would be able to one-stop shop with a caseworker who could connect them with assistance programs and job training needed to get them work.

The initial efforts would target people aged 16 to 24 with the idea of intervening before they get stuck in a cycle of poverty.Those clients would also have to take some personal responsibility,  participating in job training and be willing to help themselves.

The goal is to expand the approach to all Ohioans on public assistance by July 1, 2016. . .

. . .While he discussed the new approach as one that will benefit individuals with the goal of lifting them out of poverty, he also issued a warning for the counties that administer the programs: Get on board or get left behind.

"We get this through, and I think we will, we're going to tell the commissioners (in Ohio's counties) that you will designate a lead agency and someone will be in charge of coordinating everything that involves the person in need," Kasich said. "If counties do not do this, and they do not meet the metrics ... we are going to take every dime of TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families) money out of that county and give it to a county that wants to do it, or we will privatize it or we will take it at the state level.". .

NOTE: be sure to read the comments after the article to get a perspective on how some of our fellow OH's feel about this. 


Comment by Nancy on January 30, 2015 at 11:54am

Agreed Shelley 1000%. 

Comment by Shelley SImms on January 29, 2015 at 7:08pm

This was not the guy I thought I was voting for in 2010.  He has been a horrible disappointment and worse everyday.   He's acting like Obama and doubling down on his medicaid expansion.TIME TO MAKE PHONE CALLS

Comment by Nancy on January 29, 2015 at 1:29pm

From the article below--looks like it might be time for calls/emails/action:

. . .The governor is expected to include a continuation of his Obamacare expansion in the proposed 2016-2017 budget his office will release Monday. A two-year appropriation for the expansion would likely cost federal taxpayers more than $6 billion.

Ohio House Speaker Cliff Rosenberger, a Clarksville Republican, has signaled surrender to Kasich on the Obamacare expansion.


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