Ohio Governor John Kasich has signed 13 bills, including one to east ex-inmates back into the workforce as cosmetologists, salvage-yard dealers and construction workers. The measure aims to reduce employment or professional hardships brought about by a person’s conviction or decision to plead guilty to a crime. Ex-offenders could get a state certificate of employment or professional licensure lifting certain bars on employment. Kasich signed the bills in private...
Governor Kasich announced the JobsOhio Board of Directors Monday, the group given the task to bring jobs to the state and revive Ohio's economy.
JobsOhio will be funded by revenue from wholesale distribution from the Ohio Department of Commerce. Department of Commerce Director David Goodman says one of his main efforts is improving business to bring jobs to Ohio. He says this is one of the many ways the Department of Commerce is able to help.
Governor John Kasich is going to visit Zanesville later this week to tour an area company. The event will take place at Plaskolite in the Airport Business Park. Plant manager Don Schultz and Plaskolite senior executives will host the Governor who will talk with plant employees and area business people. The event, which is not open to the public, will happen around 1:00 Thursday afternoon.
Republican John Kasich has won big among Ohio's independents and conservatives to capture the state's Governor's Race. Ohio's lousy economy is a big reason why Strickland lost four years after winning with the promise of turning around the state's job situation. Kasich edged Strickland among those who think the country is going in the wrong direction and are worried about the direction of the economy in the coming year.
One local group is calling on gubernatorial candidate John Kasich to release his tax returns.
Retired members of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees Subchapter 150 are asking for Kasich to release 10 years worth of tax returns and to disclose the details of his employment with wall street investment firm Lehman Brothers.
President Lee Martin says the collapse of Lehman Brothers led to $480 million in losses in five state pension funds including...
The annual Guernsey County Republican Lincoln Day Dinner had a special guest Wednesday night.
Republican gubernatorial candidate, John Kasich, stopped by the Prichard Laughlin Civic Center in Cambridge to host his own fundraiser and attend the Lincoln Day Dinner. Kasich says he believes the current government has been mismanaged and wants to see the budget cleaned up.
"Our whole strategy is to make sure families get their monies worth and as families get their monies...