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GOP aims to make big gains in Valley

The Vindicator 22 May 2022
The Republican National Committee says it has the infrastructure in place to keep Ohio a red state for years to come and to continue to make gains in former Democratic strongholds such as Mahoning and Trumbull counties ... Matt Keyes, spokesman for the Ohio Democratic Party, said the ...
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The Wilds awarded $2.2 million from the U.S. Dept. of Commerce

Richland Source 21 May 2022
This grant will not only help attract tourists to The Wilds, which is located on reclaimed coal mine land along the Appalachian Byway and boost the local economy by attracting additional visitors to Ohio’s Appalachian region. This is a blueprint of the infrastructure at The Wilds.
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Reps, local leaders discuss A-Plant in Piketon

News Watchman 21 May 2022
Reps Tim Ryan (OH-13) and Marcy Kaptur (OH-09) first visited the A-Plant before meeting with representatives of the Scioto Valley Council of Governments and Southern Ohio Diversification Initiative ... “When you remove those jobs from an economically-depressed area like southern Ohio, it has an immediate and substantial impact,” he said.
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We finally know what happened to all those Cleveland workers in the Great Resignation: Today ...

Cleveland 20 May 2022
Did the Republicans in the Ohio Legislature vote in overwhelming numbers this week to spend huge amounts of federal infrastructure dollars in the program they all opposed when Congress adopted it? What are the spending it on? ... That’ll be given to Ohio under the bipartisan and infrastructure law, and how they’re going to spend that.
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Ohio lawmakers approve nearly $700M in federal infrastructure money for highways, public transit

Cleveland 19 May 2022
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- State lawmakers on Wednesday passed legislation approving nearly $700 million in federal transportation funding given to Ohio under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law passed earlier this year ... Under the bill, the Ohio Department of Transportation would get ...
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Cuyahoga Dems to pick new party chair in critical transition for county, state politics: The ...

Cleveland 19 May 2022
State lawmakers on Wednesday passed legislation approving nearly $700 million in federal transportation funding given to Ohio under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law passed earlier this year. Under the bill, the Ohio Department of Transportation would get $672,598,581 in federal ...
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Ohio supporting major role in moon shoot, national defense, officials say

Stars and Stripes 19 May 2022
Terry Slaybaugh, JobsOhio vice president for sites and infrastructure, said Ohio is blessed with a strong technical pipeline, with more than 30 companies setting up shop in Ohio from the coasts and elsewhere in recent months. "Our research and development base is extraordinary," Ohio Gov ... "a real Ohio gem.".
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Ohio GOP lawmakers delay bail-reform measure, but it could still make November ballot: Capitol Letter

Cleveland 19 May 2022
The Ohio House on Wednesday postponed a vote on a constitutional amendment proposal about how judges set bail, Laura Hancock reports ... Infrastructure money greenlit. The Ohio General Assembly on Wednesday approved nearly $700 million given to Ohio under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law for highway and public-transit projects.
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State grants New Albany $85 million for infrastructure upgrades near Intel

The Columbus Dispatch 19 May 2022
With the help of an $85 million grant from the state of Ohio, New Albany should be able to begin making roadway and infrastructure improvements in anticipation of Intel’s arrival ... Series spotlights coming of age for central Ohio community.
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Area airports receive FAA grant funding

Lima Ohio 19 May 2022
These grants are part of over $4.6 million in FAA grants to six area government agencies in northwest Ohio, all aimed to repair and improve infrastructure at their airports.
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Your electric bill could skyrocket soon. City, AEP Energy must come clean|Opinion

The Columbus Dispatch 19 May 2022
Customers need to know what that rate will be so that they have time to find an alternative supplier, or shift back onto the standard service offer with AEP Ohio. (Note that AEP Ohio is a regulated distribution utility that is corporately distinct from AEP Energy, which is the supplier for Columbus’ aggregation deal.).
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Dayton region playing big role at Space Forum today in Cleveland

Springfield News-Sun 18 May 2022
The third annual Ohio Space Forum opened today at the NASA Glenn Research Center near Cleveland ... Terry Slaybaugh, JobsOhio vice president for sites and infrastructure, said Ohio is blessed with a strong technical pipeline, with more than 30 companies setting up shop in Ohio from the coasts and elsewhere in recent months ... “a real Ohio gem.”.
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Ohio exploring passenger rail expansion with Amtrak

Canton Repository 16 May 2022
Ohio took the formal step of signaling interest in expanding Amtrak passenger rail in the state, though it is far from saying yes to the idea ... Mike DeWine has asked the Ohio Rail Development commission to work with Amtrak to study potential new routes, according to Dan Tierney, a spokesperson for the governor's office .
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US Senate candidate Ryan recognizes he’s underdog

The Vindicator 15 May 2022
Goliath here, but Ohio is the kind of state that roots for David because Ohio is in a lot of ways an underdog state, a flyover state, and so I don’t think they’re going to put their lot in for” Vance ... “Certainly we’re favored to win, but again Democrats can win Ohio ... The question for Ohio is.
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County receives federal funding for road work

News Watchman 13 May 2022
“This federal funding makes critical investments in improving our state’s infrastructure and bolstering economic growth,” said Brown in a released statement. “We must ensure that communities in Southeast Ohio have the resources they need to create jobs and improve the lives of their residents.

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