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Prosecutor David Joyce said Tuesday that 17-year-old T.J. Lane has admitted taking a .22-caliber gun and a knife into Chardon High School on Monday morning and firing 10 rounds, choosing his victims randomly.

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Ohio governor says collective bargaining bill not meant to kill unionsupdated: Tue Feb 22 2011 15:45:00

Republican Ohio Gov. John Kasich said Monday that proposed curbs on the collective bargaining rights of public employees in the state are meant to "restore some balance to the system," not destroy unions.

CNNMoney: New governors: Budget cuts not tax hikesupdated: Mon Nov 15 2010 09:24:00

Balancing state budgets these days is tough enough. But more than a dozen governors have promised to do it without raising taxes.

Strickland, Kasich on Ohio raceupdated: Thu Oct 21 2010 14:38:00

Two candidates for Ohio governor address the race's importance and who has more momentum two weeks from Election Day.

Candidates go silentupdated: Thu Oct 21 2010 09:29:00

Are candidates who choose to ignore questions from reporters making a wise political move?

Preston on Politics: Democrats prepare for the worstupdated: Thu Oct 21 2010 09:29:00

It has been said over and over again: The 2010 midterm is the anti-incumbent, anti-Washington and by virtue of their position in power, the anti-Democratic election.

Fortune: Experience on Wall Street? Don't run for office.updated: Fri Jul 30 2010 04:26:00

Poor John Kasich. When he made that fateful decision in January 2001, he was just doing what politicians have done since time immemorial: he was taking a cushy Wall Street job between a couple of public office gigs in order to pad the family pocketbook.

Fortune: The Napster Sound Bite Is A Sure Way Into the Limelightupdated: Mon Sep 18 2000 00:01:00

Forget the courtroom: Public relations is the latest arena for Napster fanatics and foes. No sound bite is too trite or dumb if it keeps the speaker in the spotlight between movies or helps him get...

Fortune: What If Bush Stumbles?updated: Mon Mar 29 1999 00:01:00

George W. Bush is the Republican Party's bright light, the governor of a big state, and the heir to a political tradition. He looks great on magazine covers, but the presidency isn't won on paper, ...

Fortune: Presidential Doubtfulsupdated: Mon Jun 22 1998 00:01:00

Sure, the words "President Bush" tumble easily from the lips. But the presidential election is 30 months away, and this particular Bush--George W., son of George H.W.--still hasn't won reelection a...

Fortune: PHONY WARS IN WASHINGTON THE REAL CRISIS WE FACE ISN'T A NUMBERS CRISIS; IT'S A PEOPLE CRISIS. WE'LL SOON updated: Mon Apr 14 1997 00:01:00

Now that the Clinton Administration's phony budget numbers are in, and the Republicans' phony budget numbers are being prepared, the verdict is also in. Both parties are reaching the same phony con...

Fortune: A NEW WAR ON CORPORATE WELFARE AND UNLIKE PAST ASSAULTS ON BUSINESS BY WASHINGTON, THIS ONE LOOKS LIKE A updated: Mon Nov 27 1995 00:01:00

The muscular and iconoclastic Republicans who run Congress have three goals. They want to cut Washington's deficit. They want to reshape the welfare state. And they want to ensure that the Republic...

Fortune: ATTACKING 'CORPORATE WELFARE' THERE'S A POSSE IN WASHINGTON HOT ON THE TRAIL OF BUSINESS SUBSIDIES AND TAX updated: Mon May 29 1995 00:01:00

Expect to hear the phrase "corporate welfare" a lot in coming months as this year's battle over the federal budget escalates. "Corporate welfare" is the fiscal catch phrase du jour--shorthand for a...

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