State budget calls for strategic spending

Miller, Jay; Mortland, Shannon
March 2007
Crain's Cleveland Business;3/26/2007, Vol. 28 Issue 12, p3
The article presents information on the $52.9 biennial budget offered by Ted Strickland, the Governor of Ohio. The focus of the budget by Strickland was his commitment to invest in creating jobs. According to the Governor, the priority of the administration is to keep and create jobs that grow from Ohio's strengths and that are worthy of Ohio's workers.


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