The Ward M. Canaday Center

for Special Collections

The University of Toledo

 

Finding Aid

 

Linda Furney Papers

 

MSS-134

Size: 40 linear feet

Provenance: received from Senator Linda Furney

Access: Open

Collection Summary: Collection includes personal papers generated during Furney's service as State Senator, including House and Senate bills; legislative files; campaign and fund raising files; and correspondence. These materials reflect her interest in and support of labor, women's, and environmental issues.

Subjects: Labor, Politics and Government, and  Women

 

Processing Note:  Wherever possible, the materials in this collection have been kept under their original series and folder titles as created by Linda Furney and her office staff. To further facilitate the use of this collection, the materials have also been arranged into subseries, wherever applicable. The files are arranged in chronological order within each folder.

 

Copyright: The literary rights to this collection are assumed to rest with the person(s) responsible for the production of the particular items within the collection, or with their heirs or assigns.  Researchers bear full legal responsibility for the acquisition to publish from any part of said collection per Title 17, United States Code.  The Ward M. Canaday Center for Special Collections may reserve the right to intervene as intermediary at its own discretion.

 

Completed by: Corey Walter

 

NOTE:  This collection is located at the NWOBD

 

Biographical Sketch  

A native of Toledo, Linda Furney attended Sylvania High School, and earned a Bachelors in Science from Bowling Green State University in 1969. She began her career as an English teacher at Whitmer High School in Toledo until 1972, when taught at American School in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil for two years. When she returned to the United States in 1975, she entered the Holiday Inn management program. Two years later, she resumed her teaching career in Springfield Local Schools as a Vocational Home Economics teacher.

Furney's political career began in 1979 when she was elected President of Ohio National Organization for Women. She was also elected to the Toledo Board of Education in 1982 and to Toledo City Council in 1983. She began her first term as Ohio Senator in 1986, winning re-election for four consecutive terms.

As Ohio Senator, Furney has been ardent in expressing her family and community orientated concerns for the quality of life of Toledoans in the Senate. She has focused her work on environment, education, labor, and women and children's health issues, introducing ten bills in her first term, including Senate Bill 110 which requires educational materials and textbooks for school districts and nonpublic schools to be free of sex bias and sex-role stereotypes, Senate Bill 224 which extends the protection of Ohio's law against age discrimination to people over 70 years of age, and Senate Bill 314, which restricts importation of out of state hazardous waste.

Senator Furney's civic interests can also be seen in the Senate and special committees which she has served on, and the organizations with which she is affiliated. She is the ranking minority member of Education, Retirement and Aging Senate Committee, and serves on the Senate Finance Committee, Reference and Oversight Committee, and Rules Committee. She has also served on the Legislative Committee for Education Oversight, Education Goals and Strategies Commission, Governor's Task Force on Head Start, and National Conference of State Legislators. She is the project director of Ohio's Investing in People Project, a School-To-Work effort, which promotes the coordination of all School To Work Programs statewide and provides vocational education experience for Toledo's students to effectively compete in the workplace. She is also the facilitator for Ohio Women and Children's Budget Coalition, is active in Ohio Democratic Party, ACLU, AAUW and is a life member of NAACP and NOW.

As a result of Senator Furney's activism and involvement in the community, she has earned the Foundation Award from the ACLU of Ohio, the Citizen Award from the Ohio Association for the Education of Young Children, the Stanley K. Levinson Award from Planned Parenthood of Northwest Ohio, and Special Recognition from the Lucas County Board of MR/DD.

 

 

Scope and Content Note

    

            The materials in this collection consist of the legislative files of Linda Furney compiled during her time in office as Ohio Senator. These files are divided into 28 series: I. Roll Call Votes, II. House Bills, III. Senate Bills, IV. Legislative Bills, V. Draft Legislation, VI, Second Tier Legislative Ideas, VII, Third Tier Legislation, VIII. Environment, IX. Education, X. School Funding, XI. Economy, XII. Women and Children's Budget Coalition, XIII. Investing in People/ School-To-Work Programs XIV. Workforce Development, XV. Energy, XVI. Correspondence, XVII. Community Group Awards, XVIII. Community Groups, XIX. Ohio Democratic Party XX. National Conference of State Legislatures, XXI. Fundraising, XXII. Campaign, XXIII. Media, XXIV. Issues, XXV. Budget, XXVI. Ohio Department of Development, XXVII. Miscellaneous, and XXVIII. Transportation. Some files, such as House and Senate Bills, overlap with other series.

The Roll Call Votes are arranged by general assembly number and consist of roll call votes on bills by the senators. The House and Senate Bills are arranged by general assembly number in numerical order and consist of amendments, correspondence and articles about the bills. The Legislative Bills, Draft Legislation, Second Tier Legislative Ideas, and Third Tier Legislation also are arranged into amendments, correspondence and articles where applicable.

The Environment Series is divided into subseries, including the Envirosafe/Fondessy facility, Brownfield Cleanup, air quality standards, and miscellaneous files. Each subseries consists mainly of correspondence, articles, testimony, information, hearing transcripts, and amendments on hazardous waste, hazardous waste facilities in Ohio, deregulation of air standards, and water issues.

The Education Series is comprised of ten subseries: School Standards, Teacher Licensure Standards, Vouchers, Budget, Miscellaneous, School Net, Educational Reform, Ohio board of Regents, Early Education Meetings and Head Start. They contain correspondence, amendments and articles. The School Funding Series contains legislative materials, testimony and budget files concerning educational programs and wealth based disparities in education.

The Economy Series is divided into two subseries: Toledo Development, which contains materials and correspondence to increase business in Toledo, and Local, Jeep which contains plans to keep the Jeep plant in Toledo.

Women and Children's Budget Coalition is an organization which lobbies for more of the state and federal budget to be spent on programs for women and children. The files included in this series are meeting minutes, budget reports, correspondence, and campaign strategies.

The thirteenth series is the largest series of this collection, and it is comprised of the files of the two labor programs, Investing in People Program and the School-To-Work Program. This series is divided into twenty-one subseries: Meeting Minutes, A-Team, I-Team, 1st Policy Institute, Workforce Policy Institute, Governance and Structure, Ohio's Vision for a School To Work Program, Pilot Project, Regional Alliances, National Alliance of Business, National Conference of State Legislatures, Legislative Briefings, Partners, Correspondence and Contracts, Papers, Youth Apprenticeship Programs, Hospitality and Tourism Program, STW Programs, Budget and Grants, STW Materials, and Printed Materials. Also related to IPP is the fourteenth series, Workforce Development, another labor program. The Workforce Development Series is divided into Welfare Reform, One Stop, WFD Information, Study Committee, Hearings, Re-Engineering Project, Miscellaneous, Printed Materials and Workforce Investment Act.

The Energy Series is comprised of files dealing with utility companies and the rising cost of utilities. Subseries include deregulation of the electric industry in Ohio and the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio..

Correspondence is comprised of letters to Senator Furney from constituents, organizations, and people requesting references, as well as letters of reply from Senator Furney. The correspondence is arranged in alphabetical order and chronologically within each folder.

The Community Group Awards and Community Group Series contain files pertaining to award applications and nominations, correspondence and campaigns pertaining to community groups of Toledo.

The nineteenth series, Ohio Democratic Party, consists of rosters, bylaws, and platforms. The twentieth series, National Conference of State Legislatures, is divided into four subseries: Annual Meetings, Assembly on Federal Issues, Assembly on State Issues, and Miscellaneous. Files also pertaining to NCSL dealing mainly with its involvement in the School-To-Work Program can be found under the series IPP/STW.

The twenty-first through the twenty-third series are related in that they pertain to Senator Furney's Campaign and Re-election. They are the Fundraising series, which contains invitations, invoices, and donations to Senator Furney's campaign; the Campaign Series, which consists of yearly reports and her, campaign treasurers' files; and the Media Series which contains Speeches, Biographies, Resumes, Press Releases, and Columns.

The Issue series contains articles and some correspondence about particular issues that Senator Furney and her constituents were interested in, including organizations, labor and educational programs, the budget, and other issues in legislation.

The Budget Series consists of bills and files from the Legislative Budget Office concerning funding. The Ohio Department of Development Series consists of printed material, correspondence and information.

The Miscellaneous Series is comprised of files that did not fall under any other category listed above. These files includes the Governor's State of the State, files from the Senate Finance and Financial Institution Committee, and appointment books.

The final series, Transportation, has been divided into three subseries: Ohio Turnpike Commission, Railroad, and Toledo. These files deal with toll increases, railroad crossing safety, and Toledo road construction respectively.

 

 

Folder List

Box Folder Arrangement
S1. ROLL CALL VOTES
1 1      Senate Democratic Policy Book, September 1994 Edition
2      Bills Sponsored by Senator Linda Furney
3      Roll Call Votes, Ohio Senate 117th
4      Roll Call Votes, Ohio Senate 118th
5      Roll Call Votes, Ohio Senate 119th
6      Roll Call Votes, Ohio Senate 120th
7      Roll Call Votes, Ohio Senate 121st, 7/19/96
8      Roll Call Votes, Ohio Senate 121st, 12/12/96
9      Roll Call Votes, Ohio Senate 121st, 12/31/96
S2. HOUSE BILLS
121ST General Assembly
10      H.B. 108, Informed Consent, Correspondence
11      H.B. 108, Informed Consent, Articles
12      H.B. 108, Informed Consent, Amendment
13      H.B. 152, JCARR Day Care Issues
14      H.B. 167, Welfare Reform, Joint Committee on Welfare
15      H.B. 167, Welfare Reform, Joint Committee, Constituencies
16      H.B. 172, E-check, Amendment
17      H.B. 172, E-check, Correspondence
18      H.B. 172, E-check, Articles
19      H.B. 173, “Foster Parents Right to Know,” Amendment
20      H.B. 173, “Foster Parents Right to Know,” Correspondence
21      H.B. 173, “Foster Parents Right to Know,” Articles
22      H.B. 173, “Foster Parents Right to Know,” Audit Report
23      H.B. 189, Sexual Education in School, Bill Analysis
24      H.B. 215, Budget, Bill Analysis (1 of 2)
25      H.B. 215, Budget, Bill Analysis (2 of 2)
26      H.B. 215, Budget, Reports
27      H.B. 215, Budget, Correspondence
28      H.B. 215, Budget, Notes on Budget
29      H.B. 215, Budget, Articles
2 1      H.B. 215, Budget, DOD Enterprise Zone
2      H.B. 215, Budget, Food Pantry Emergency Program
3      H.B. 215, Budget, ODE Language Center
4      H.B. 215, Budget, Liquor Agencies
5      H.B. 215, Budget, Edison Technology Center
6      H.B. 215, Budget, Regent School Challenge
7      H.B. 215, Budget, Ohio Bureau of Employment Services
2 8      H.B. 215, Budget, Charter Schools
9      H.B. 215, Budget, Spanish Commission
10      H.B. 215, Budget, DOE Voluntary Desegregation Program
11      H.B. 215, Budget, Jobs Challenge
12      H.B. 215, Budget, Legislative Black Caucus Budget Recommend.
13      H.B. 215, Budget, Amendment
14      H.B. 215, Budget, Education Amendments
15      H.B. 215, Budget, Fiscal Comparison Document
16      H.B. 293 and H.B. 590, Prison Privatization
17      H.B. 335, Domestic Violence – Reporting, Control, Education,  Amendments  
18      H.B. 335, Domestic Violence – Reporting, Control, Education, Correspondence
19      H.B. 335, Domestic Violence – Reporting, Control, Education, Articles
20      H.B. 352, Child Support, Amendment
21      H.B. 352, Child Support, Bill Analysis
22      H.B. 352, Child Support, Correspondence
23      H.B. 352, Child Support, Articles
24      H.B. 361, Physical-Health Plan Partnership, Correspondence
25      H.B. 365, Release of Assets, Correspondence, Ron Mottl 
26      H.B. 370, Charter Schools, Language from HB 215
27      H.B. 370, Charter Schools, OSU Education
28      H.B. 370, Charter Schools, Community Testimony
29      H.B. 370, Charter Schools, Amendment
30      H.B. 370, Charter Schools, Minutes
31      H.B. 370, Charter Schools, Letters in Opposition
32      H.B. 370, Charter Schools, Letters of Support
33      H.B. 370, Charter Schools, OEA Meeting
34      H.B. 370, Charter Schools, Articles
35      H.B. 370, Charter Schools, Letter to Cooper H. Snyder
36      H.B., 370, Charter Schools, Tombaugh Survey
37      H.B. 370, Charter Schools, Cooper Material
38      H.B. 370, Charter Schools, PIPC Charter School Laws
39      H.B. 370, Charter Schools, Perz, Community Schools Update
40      H.B. 370, Charter Schools, Correspondence
3 1      H.B. 408, Administration of Social Services, Bill Analysis
2      H.B. 408, Administration of Social Services, Amendment
3      H.B. 408, Administration of Social Services, Correspondence
4      H.B. 408, Administration of Social Services, Articles
5      H.B. 412, School Funding, Mandate and Cost Analysis
6      H.B. 412, School Funding, Amendment 
7      H.B. 412, School Funding, Bill Analysis
8      H.B. 412, School Funding, An Act
9      H.B. 412, School Funding, Correspondence
10      H.B. 435, Hazardous Waste Permit Modification, Correspondence
11      H.B. 435, Hazardous Waste Permit Modification, Testimony
12      H.B. 435, Hazardous Waste Permit Modification, Amendment
3 13      H.B. 435, Hazardous Waste Permit Modification, Board Study
14      H.B. 435, Hazardous Waste Permit Modification, Materials
15      H.B. 435, Hazardous Waste Permit Modification, “Organization and Management Improvement Plan”
16      H.B. 435, Hazardous Waste Permit Modification, Permitting Study Volume I
17      H.B. 435, Hazardous Waste Permit Modification, Permitting Study Volume II (A – K)
18      H.B. 435, Hazardous Waste Permit Modification, Permitting Study Volume II (L – Appendix)
19      H.B. 470, Hygiene Supervision Bill, Correspondence
20      H.B. 522, Mortgage Originator’s/ Brokers Regulation, Amendment
21      H.B. 570, After School Programs, Final Analysis
22      H.B. 650, School Funding, Gifted Education
23      H.B. 650, School Funding, Gifted Education, Gov’s Veto
24      H.B. 650, School Funding, Simulations
25      H.B. 650, School Funding, Vocational Education
26      H.B. 650, School Funding, Joint Legislative Subcommittee Press Release
27      H.B. 650, School Funding, Caucus Info
28      H.B. 650, School Funding, Conference Committee Report
29      H.B. 650, School Funding, Transportation Funds
30      H.B. 650, School Funding, Education Center Language
31      H.B. 650, School Funding, Testimony
32      H.B. 650, School Funding, SF-12
33      H.B. 650, School Funding, DPIA
34      H.B. 650, School Funding, Notes
35      H.B. 650, School Funding, Worksheet Instruction
36      H.B. 650, School Funding, Amendment (1 of 4)
4 1      H.B. 650, School Funding, Amendment, White (2 of 4)
2      H.B. 650, School Funding, Amendment (3 of 4)
3      H.B. 650, School Funding, Amendment (4 of 4)
4      H.B. 650, School Funding, Fiscal Note
5      H.B. 650, School Funding, Bill Analysis   
6      H.B. 650, School Funding, Correspondence, School Psychology Program
7      H.B. 650, School Funding, FY-Pubic Response
8      H.B. 673, SERS-Increase Benefits, Amendment
9      H.B. 673, SERS-Increase Benefits, Correspondence
10      H.B. 697, Issue 2, Amendment
11      H.B. 697, Issue 2, Validity of Issue 2
12      H.B. 697, Issue 2, Proponents
13      H.B. 697, Issue 2, Opposition
14      H.B. 697, Issue 2, Correspondence
15      H.B. 697, Issue 2, Articles
16      H.B. 717, Automated External Defibrillation Immunity
17      H.B. 770, Special Education, Correspondence
18      H.B. 770, Special Education, Notes
4 19      H.B. 770, Special Education, Amendment
20      H.B. 770, Special Education, Amendment
21      H.B. 770, Special Education, Amendment
22      H.B. 770, Special Education, An Act
23      H.B. 770, Special Education, Bill Analysis
24      H.B. 850, Capital Appropriations, Introduction
25      H.B. 850, Capital Appropriations, Summary of County Breakdown
26      H.B. 850, Capital Appropriations, Letters to Sen. Sheerer
27      H.B. 850, Capital Appropriations, Amendment
122nd General Assembly
46 13      H.B. 408, Domestic Violence Provisions
52 16      H.B. 202, Education Excellence & Competency-Appropriation Item
        #200-524
31      H.B. 770, Corrective Budget, 1998
32      H.B. 697, Issue 2, 1998
62 13      H.B. 185, Redraft of Child Support Legislation
65 26      H.B. 215, SF12/Voc.Ed.,Sp.Ed., Gifted, Ext. Serv/FY1998
28      H.B. 650, Vocational Amendment, 1998
30      H.B. 920, Tax Bill Showing Rollback, 1998
34      H.B. 650, Summary, 1998
35      H.B. 650, Impact on Other School Districts, 1998
41      H.B. 650. Administrative Cuts, 1997
123RD General Assembly
30 1      H.B. 1, Reads Council/Office Implement program approp
2      H.B. 4, Revise Health Care/Insurance Laws-med inc tax ded
3      H.B. 5, Restructure Electric Industry Permit Competition
4      H.B. 10, State Earned Income Tax Credit
5      H.B. 11, Motor Vehicle, over 8,000 lbs. Increase speed limit
6      H.B. 13, Fiscal Analysis rules/bills/res-business impact
7      H.B. 17
8      H.B. 19, State land titles, name utilizing agency
9      H.B. 21, Correspondence
10      Sub H.B. 21, Change Ohio Lemon Law
11      H.B. 23, Carry Concealed Weapon Law
12      H.B. 32, Electronic Textbooks
13      H.B. 35,Work Camp Disease Expenses, eliminate reimbursement
14      H.B. 39, Compensatory Time/Biweekly Work Schedule
15      H.B. 40, Public Improvement Contracts, bid preference
16      H.B. 43, Student Expression, Limit Restriction of
17      H.B. 53, Health Insurance, no discrimination of mental illness/subs abuse
18      H.B. 55, Unclaimed Property, police donate to nonprofits
19      H.B. 61, Vehicular Homicide, License Suspend
20      H.B. 62, Prisoners, receipt of material, control
21      H.B. 71, Mental Health, Violent Client Behavior
22      H.B. 77, Marijuana, increase penalties
23      H.B. 78, General Corporation Law, modify
24      H.B. 86, Serious Car Accident, reduce speed, vacate lane
25      H.B. 87, Occupational Safety/Industrial Hygiene, regulation of practice
26      H.B. 89, Teachers Discipline Students Allow/Immunity
27      H.B. 91, Township Territory Reduction/Partition/Separation
28      H.B. 93, Exempt Minors, age/school certificate for employment at seasonal establishments
29      H.B. 97, Revise Labor Law Requirements, employment of minors
30      H.B. 98, Municipal Annexations, revise law governing
31      H.B. 100, Felon Assault, HIV positive/sexual conduct, require test
32      H.B. 101, Public Works, prohibit certain labor requirements
33      H.B. 105, Clermont County Municipal Court, add Judge
34      H.B. 108, Companion Animals, care/impoundment
30 35      H.B. 116, Veterans Day, school one hour observance
36      H.B. 118, “Veteran” includes WWII Merchant Marines
37      H.B. 119, Campaign Finance Reports, electronic filing
38      H.B. 121, Student Carry Asthma Inhaler, allow/school immune
39      H.B. 122, Employee Injury, intoxicated, presumed cause
40      H.B. 123, Combat Zone License Plates, no additional fee
41      H.B. 138, Trauma Care, quality assurance
42      H.B. 141, Proof of Financial Responsibility, describe
43      H.B. 148, Handicapped Parking, placards/increase penalty
44      H.B. 157, Presidential Primary, move to May
45      H.B. 160, Driver Ed Course Fee, remove $50 limit
46      H.B. 162, Child Abuse, murder include/offense if permit
31 1      H.B. 163, Transportation Budget
2      Sub H.B. 163, Transportation Budget
3      H.B. 165, Concealed Handguns, license carrying
4      H.B.  169, Sales Tax, used cars deduct trade in allow
5      H.B. 175, Union, membership may not require
6      Sub H.B., Workers’ Compensation Budget
7      H.B. 181, Industrial Commission Budget
8      H.B. 182, Teacher prep standards, not of specific org
9      H.B. 187, Townships, limited home rule/debt: city planning
10      H.B. 188, Cable Television, fair competition
11      H.B. 189, City/Village, classify exclude jailed population
12      H.B. 197, Sludge, regulation
13      H.B. 199, Employees, alternative retirement program
14      H.B. 201, Police Officer, home/family info not public
15      H.B. 204, Joint Fire Dept, pay charges, ambulance/emer care
16      H.B. 215, Independent Living, personal assist services
17      H.B. 219, Competition, inappropriate, state w/private
18      H.B. 220, School financial practices/subdivision $ deposits 
19      H.B. 225, Professional Firefighter License Plates
20      H.B. 228, Ballots, prepare reduced number
21      H.B. 235, State Land Conveyance in Lucas County
22      H.B. 238, School District, administration contracts expand
23      H.B. 241
24      H.B. 242, No Child Support/visitation, <5% chance father
25      H.B. 249 Police Subdivision Employees, live anywhere in state
26      H.B. 255, Income Tax, earned income credit
27      H.B. 259, Game Propagator, licensing, residency effect 
28      H.B. 267, School District Income Tax Renewal Ballot    
29      H.B. 269, Court Clerks, salary/transmit $, deadline
30      H.B. 275, PFDPF, increase spousal benefits/expand COLA’s
31      H.B. 281, Under 6 in Kindergarten, compulsory school age
32      H.B. 283
33      H.B. 287, William Green Memorial Highway, US 36
34      H.B. 289, Estate Tax, exempt family farms
35      H.B. 290, Seat Belt Violation, primary offense
36      H.B. 293, Sales Tax, clothing/shoes exempt 2 weeks/year
31 37      H.B. 294, Court Costs, collection
38      H.B. 297, Walter “Smokey” Alston Memorial Highway
39      H.B. 298, Smoking, health board, legislature authority to approve
40      H.B. 305, Physical Therapy, revise law
41      H.B. 306, Motor Vehicle Dealers, sell/display watercraft
42      H.B. 309, Thomas A. Van Meter Memorial Highway
43      H.B. 315, Townships Contract w/other Townships for Road Work
44      H.B. 323, Teacher Minimum Salary Schedule, increases
45      H.B. 328, Breast Feeding OK in Public, not sex offense
46      H.B. 332, Foster Caregivers, training
47      H.B. 334, Public Buildings, prohibition of trademarking of
48      H.B. 350, Vicious Dogs, surgically silence, prohibition
49      H.B. 351, Partial Birth Abortion
50      H.B. 358, Senior Photos, exclusive contracts prohibited
51      H.B. 379, Township Health Benefits, cafeteria plan/$ instead
52      H.B. 381, Dietary Supplements, regulation
53      H.B. 383, School Age Cutoff in August
54      H.B. 389, Library Records confidential except to parents
55      H.B. 403, Ohio Nursing Facility Consumer Guide, publications
56      H.B. 405, Fireworks Safety
57      H.B. 408, Military Order of the Purple Heart Memorial Highway
58      H.B. 412, Children Services/Placing Agencies, protect personnel
59      H.B. 417, Township Park District Law, revise
60      H.B. 432, Absent Voter’s Ballot, any vote by
61      H.B. 434, Construction Industry Certification Law, revise
62      H.B. 441, Forrest Service Acquire Land, revoke consent for
63      H.B. 448, Child Welfare, revisions in law
64      H.B. 467, Pawnbroker Licensing Law, revise
65      H.B. 468
66      H.B. 470
67      H.B. 476, Temporary License Placards, report issues/security
68      H.B. 478, Veterans Organization Property, tax exempt
69      H.B. 479, Land Conveyance, military/armory real estate
70      H.B. 481, Route 127 in Darke County, Annie Oakley Highway
71      H.B. 484, Farm Tractors, night operation, reflectors/lamps
72      H.B. 488, Electronic Records and Signatures Act
73      H.B. 491, Construction Contract, subject only to Ohio law
32 1      H.B. 495, Bill Drafts, form/statutory forms, Y2K compliance
2      H.B. 496, William J. Brown Memorial Highway
3      H.B. 499, Coroners, access records/continuing education
4      H.B. 508, Medical Records, copy fees
5      H.B. 514, Military License Plates, eliminate $10 fee
6      H.B. 516, No Stop Emergency Railroad Crossings
7      H.B. 524, Real Estate Licensing Law, change
8      H.B. 526, Firearms, safe storage/offer trigger locks
9      H.B. 531, Cemetery Fee, government exempt/burial fees, revise
10      H.B. 524, Birth Defects Information System
11      H.B. 535, Retirement System, payment, divide marital property
32 12      H.B. 539, Not Public Record, community recreation use
13      H.B. 544, Planning Commission; notices/assessments, time to pay
14      H.B. 548, Sunset Review Committee/Extend Agencies
15      H.B. 565, Municipality, permit nonresident fire chief
16      H.B. 566, TANF/Food Stamps, finger imaging ID system
17      H.B. 574, High Tech Start-Up Businesses, study
18      H.B. 578, Ohio Works First, revise sanctions/time limits
19      H.B. 581, Motor Vehicle Titling/Registration, review
20      H.B. 582
21      H.B. 585, Non-Ohio Physician Subject to Ohio Medical Practice Law
22      H.B. 589, Public Utility, disputed property tax, payment 
23      H.B. 598, Charitable Gambling (Bingo) Law, revise
24      H.B. 600, Drivers’ License Laws, revise
25      H.B. 607, Locomotives, allow alternate audible warning
26      H.B. 620, Bomb Threat, expel
27      H.B. 621, Firefighter promotion, oral exam
28      H.B. 624, A. G. Lancione Memorial Highway
29      H.B. 628, PERS, expand options/increase benefits
30      H.B. 631, Classroom Facilities Assist Program, expand
31      H.B. 640, Capital Appropriations FY 2001-2002
32      H.B. 643, Lottery, multistate/profits/gambling disorders
33      H.B. 655, OPFPF, COLA increase, fixed amount
34      H.B. 657, OMVI, require chemical test for; Toledo Easter Accident, DUI Blood Testing
35      H.B. 684, Third Party “Prompt Pay” States, revise
36      H.B. 701, Dog Registration, via internet/fee payment
37      H.B. 705, Armed Forces Monument, township trustees erect
38      H.B. 709, Pet Friendly Special License Plates
39      H.B. 711, State Board of Education, appointment of members, separate act
40      H.B. 712, County, Township Officers, increase compensation
41      H.B. 716, Seal Conviction Record, notify victims
42      H.B. 718, Elementary/Secondary Education, new funding method
43      H.B. 738, Memorial Day, correct statuary reference
44      H.B. 768, Nonpublic Schools, services to expand/delivery
45      H.B. 769, Public Audits, change governing law
46      H.B. 776, DAS, purchase supplies, auction via internet
47      H.J.R. 13, CA, new criteria for General Assembly/Congressional redistricting 
48      H.J.R. 15, CA, Bonds for Environmental purposes
49      H.C.R. 4, Ohio Public Employees in Social Security, arrange
50      H.C.R. 5, Educator Licenses Approval
51      H.C.R. 6, U.S. Senate, reject Kyoto Greenhouse Gas Treaty
52      H.C.R. 11, Tobacco Settlement, feds not recoup medicaid
53      H.C.R. 17, Remove 10 commandments, suit to support defense
54      H.C.R. 41, Alternative Educator Licenses, OK rule
55      H.C.R. 49, Sex Education
56      H.C.R. 49, Press Coverage
32 57      H.C.R. 49, Proponent Testimony
58      H.C.R. 49, Opponent Testimony
59      H.C.R. 49, Technical Background Information
60      H.C.R. 49, Letters of Support/Opposition
61      H.C.R. 52, Bill of Responsibilities, post in school
62      H.C.R. 56, Firefighter Investment/Response Enhancement Act
63      H.C.R. 61, Congressional Enactment, study of African-American reparations
64      H.C.R. 62, Congress, apologize for slavery
42 7      H.B. 405, Local Government Funds, 2001
20      H.B. 283, Health Service Agencies, 2000-2001 Budget (Folder 1)
21      H.B. 283, Health Service Agencies, 2000-2001 Budget (Folder 2)
22      H.B. 283, Lucas County Correctional Facility
23      H.B. 283, Welfare Sanctions
24      H.B. 283, OBES/ODHS Merger-2000/2001 Budget
26      H.B. 283, Homestead Exemption-Indexing Income Brackets
44 16      H.C.R. 28, Ohio a “State of Character”
17      H.B. 123, Memorial Day Expenses for Veterans
18      H.B. 365, Local Government Financial Forecasting Mechanism
19      H.B. 366, Access Management Regulations for Public Roads
20      H.B. 384, School Employees Trained in Heimlich Maneuver
21      H.B. 386, State and Local Loan Laws-Relationships
22      H.B. 394, Period of Silence in Schools
23      H.B. 402, Age and Schooling Certificates-Revisions
24      H.B. 405, MR/DD Services-Revise City Board Membership
25      H.B. 405, Tobacco Prevention Money Letters
26      H.B. 406, Electronic Format for Government Publications
27      H.B. 407, March “Eye Donor Month”
28      H.B. 412, Nursing Facilities
29      H.B. 425, Methyl Tertiary Butyl Ether (MTBE)
30      H.B. 426, Appraisal Requirements for State Agencies Making Property Acquisitions
31      H.B. 445, Ballot Board to Prepare Ballot Issue Arguments
32      H.B. 472, Electrical Construction
33      H.B. 474, Assisted Suicide Not Public Policy
34      H.B. 493, Sunday Hunting
35      H.B. 537, Ohio Family Support Act
36      H.B. 566, Election Procedures
37      H.B. 583, Lake Erie Coastal Budget
38      H.B. 632, Campaign Finance
27      H.B. 545, Airport Police Officers-Training
47 34      H.C.R. 24, Educator Licensing Rules-Approve
  37      H.R. 1217, Government Pension Offset Bill (GPO)
18      H.R. 283, Right-of-Way         
52 23      H.B. 282, Omnibus Amendment
22      H.B. 282, Education Budget, 1999
  26      H.B. 282, School Facilities Language Change, 1999
55 3      H.B. 470 &471, Merger-Press Reports, 1999
  5      H.B. 470, Merger
6      H.B. 470, OBE Merger-Bill Analysis, Fiscal Notes, Amendments
  7      H.B. 470, 471-Government Select Committee
65 3      H.B. 282, Education Appropriations Bill
12      H.B. 282, Non-Vocational Education, 1999-2001
13      H.B. 282, Additions (Toledo), 1999
14      H.B. 282, Amendments/Educational Excellence & Competency, 1999
15      H.B. 282, Education, 1999
16      H.B. 282, Correspondence, 1999
17      H.B. 282, Ohio Educational Association, 1999
66 18      H.B. 282, Finance Committee Amendments, 1999
11      H.B. 282, Senate Vocational Education Funding, 1999-2001
12      H.B. 282, Vocational Education, 1999
27      H.B. 650, Impact on Comprehensive & Tech Prep, 1998-1999
29      H.B. 282, Vocational Equipment, 1999-2000
124th General Assembly
50 2     H.B. 3, Clean Ohio Fund-Project Environment
3     H.B. 5, Election Law Revisions/Study Committee (Number in Comm.)
4     H.B. 8, Sex Offense Laws-Apply to Computer Images
5     H.B. 9, Natural Gas-Supplies/Government Aggregation
6     H.B. 10, Veteran Services Commission-Korean War Recommended
7     H.B. 38, Independent Living, 2002
8     H.B. 48, May 1st “School Bus Driver Appreciation Day”
9     H.B. 46, Driver’s License Information to Selective Service
10     H.B. 57, Unruly Children-Definition/Disposition
11     H.B. 75, Workers’ Comp Budget
12     H.B. 94, Education Budget, FY2002-03
13     H.B. 120, Government Purchases-Competitive Reverse
14     H.B. 143, Fire Chiefs-Nonresidents May Be
15     H.B. 125, Tartan Day-April 6, 2001
16     H.B. 149, Jackie Mayer/Miss America Highway
17     H.B. 150, Universal Hearing Screening for Newborns & Infants
18     H.B. 157, Public Employees-Cost of Living Fixed Increases
19     H.B. 158, PERS-Law Enforcement Service Credit
20     H.B. 161, Fireworks-Confirm Law/Addresses Incidents With
21     H.B. 165, Ohio Child Abuse Awareness Month-April 2001
22     H.B. 174, Township Road Projects-Landscaping/Beautification
23     H.B. 170, Inmate Health Care
24     H.B. 175, Task Force on Faith-Based Organizations/Companion SB 78
25     H.B. 180, Child Danger Self/Others-Confine/Adjudicate
26     H.B. 182, BMV-Citizens Advisory Committee
27     H.B. 192, Firearms Industry-Immunity
28     H.B. 196, Alternative Schools/Contract for Operation (Folder 1)
29     H.B. 196, Alternative Schools/Contract for Operation (Folder 2)
30     H.B. 214, Licensing Program for Landscaping
31     H.B. 226, Counties-Dispose Unneeded Property
32     H.B. 230, Ohio Aerospace Advisory Council
33     H.B. 231, Wetlands-Impact On/Permit for Mitigation of
34     H.B. 245, Village Clerk and Treasurer-Combine/Appoint
35     H.B. 256, Korean War Veterans Memorial Highway
36     H.B. 256, Amendment
37     H.B. 272, Real Estate-Non-Ohio Brokers/Licensing Cycle
38     H.B. 274, Concealed Handguns-License to Carry (Folder 1)
39     H.B. 274, Concealed Handguns-License to Carry (Folder 2)
40     H.B. 289, Permits Schools to Exceed Calamity Days from Meningitis
41     H.B. 292, Building Codes to Include Regulations for Drainage
42     H.B. 299, State ID Cards-Reduce Fee
43     H.B. 308, Motor Vehicle Pursuit Policy
44     H.B. 313, Designate Teacher Appreciation Day in May
45     H.B. 319, Emergency Assistance Compact
46     H.B. 329, Local Government Funds-Alternative Reapportionment Without Approval
47     H.B. 330, Liquor Control Change Restrictions
53 15     H.B. 122, Reverend Dr. Sam Wells, Jr., Memorial Viaduct
57 31     H.B. 640, Bowman Park Project-City of Toledo, 2000
32     H.B. 640, Toledo International Youth Hostel Renovations, 2000
61 3     H.B. 362, Execution by Only Lethal Injection
4     H.B. 364, Community Schools-Expand Law (Folder 1)
5     H.B. 364, Community Schools-Expand Law (Folder 2)
6     H.B. 258, Political Subdivision Employees-Live Anywhere
62 2     H.B. 307, Ford Legislation, 2001
3     H.B. 220, Companion Legislation-Mandatory BAC Testing
63 1     H.B. 94, Comparison of Provisions (Folder 1)
2     H.B. 94, Comparison of Provisions (Folder 2)
3     H.B. 94, Conference Committee Synopsis
4     H.B. 94, Operating Budget Bill
5     H.B. 94, Budget in Detail
6     H.B. 94, Budget Amendments
7     H.B. 94, Budget Synopsis
8     H.B. 94, Senate Democrat Budget Floor Amendments
36     H.B. 94, County Government Budget
65 8     H.B. 405, Eligibility for Serving on Board of MR/DD
S3. SENATE BILLS 
121ST General Assembly    
5 1      S.B. 34, Hotel-Motel Tax
2      S.B. 42 and S.B. 236, Pilot Scholarship, Materials
3      S.B. 42 and S.B. 236, Pilot Scholarship, Testimony
4      S.B. 42 and S.B. 236, Vouchers, Amendment
5      S.B. 42 and S.B. 236, Vouchers, Testimony
6      S.B. 42 and S.B. 236, Vouchers, Articles
7      S.B. 55, High School Graduation Requirements, Amendment
8      S.B. 55, High School Graduation Requirements, An Act
9      S.B. 55, High School Graduation Requirements, Testimony
10      S.B. 55, High School Graduation Requirements, Notes
11      S.B. 55, High School Graduation Requirements, ODE Suggestions
12      S.B. 55, High School Graduation Requirements, 6th Grade Proficiency Scores
13      S.B. 55, High School Graduation Requirements, 4th Grade Proficiency Scores
14      S.B. 55, High School Graduation Requirements, Analysis of Proficiency Test Scores
15     S.B. 55, High School Graduation Requirements, LBO/ Kelly Memo
16     S.B. 55, High School Graduation Requirements, State Board Memo Rules
17     S.B. 55, High School Graduation Requirements, Implementation
18     S.B. 55, High School Graduation Requirements, Goettel and Goossen Report
19     S.B. 55, High School Graduation Requirements, School Funding Analysis
20     S.B. 103, Hunting and Fishing
21     S.B. 110, Prohibition of Sexual Discrimination in Education, Amendment
22     S.B. 110, Prohibition of Sexual Discrimination in Education, Correspondence
23      S.B. 110, Prohibition of Sexual Discrimination in Education, Articles
24      S.B. 130, Nuclear Waste Below Regulation Disposal, Amendment
25      S.B. 130, Nuclear Waste Below Regulation, Correspondence
26      S.B. 130, Nuclear Waste Below Regulation, Notes
27      S.B. 130, Nuclear Waste Below Regulation, Testimony
28      S.B. 130, Nuclear Waste Below Regulation, BRC Conference 
29      S.B. 130, Nuclear Waste Below Regulation, House Energy and Environment Committee Hearing
30     S.B. 140, Post Secondary Option, Material
31     S.B. 140, Post Secondary Option, Testimony
32     S.B. 140, Post Secondary Option, Amendment
33     S.B. 148, Simon Kenton Memorial Highway
34     S.B. 160, Espy Scholarship, Finance Bonds, Sales Tax to Engineering and Design Service
35     S.B. 167, Liquor Laws
6 1     S.B. 167, Liquor Laws, Miscellaneous Changes
2     S.B. 192, Test State Recreational Waters, Correspondence
3     S.B. 192, Test State Recreational Waters, Materials
4     S.B. 192, Test State Recreational Waters, Ohio PERG
5     S.B. 192, Test State Recreational Waters, “Testing the Waters”
6     S.B. 192, Test State Recreational Waters, Articles
7     S.B. 192, Test State Recreational Waters, Amendment
8     S.B. 195, Cooperative School Districts, Amendment
9     S.B. 195, Cooperative School Districts, Testimony
10     S.B. 195, Cooperative School Districts, Notes
11     S.B. 195, Cooperative School Districts, Grant Jennings Correspondence
12     S.B. 210, Port Authority Bill, Audits of Port Authority
13     S.B. 210, Port Authority Bill, Articles
14     S.B. 210, Port Authority Bill, Correspondence
15     S.B. 210, Port Authority Bill, Amendment (1 of 2)
16     S.B. 210, Port Authority Bill, Amendment (2 of 2)
17     S.B. 215, Gender Equity, Materials
18     S.B. 215, Gender Equity, Correspondence
19     S.B. 215, Gender Equity, Petitions (1 of 2)
20     S.B. 215, Gender Equity, Petitions (2 of 2)
21     S.B. 215, Gender Equity, Petition to Voinovich, OSU
22     S.B. 215, Gender Equity, Journals of Past Trustees
23     S.B. 215, Gender Equity, Directories of Board of Trustees
24     S.B. 215, Gender Equity, Board of Trustees Information
7 1     S.B. 215, Gender Equity, AAUW Information on Board of Trustees
2     S.B. 215, Gender Equity, Andrew J. Futey Board Vacancies
3     S.B. 215, Gender Equity, Contracts
4     S.B. 215, Gender Equity, Scheduling
5     S.B. 215, Gender Equity, LSC Analysis and Finance Committee Correspondence
6     S.B. 215, Gender Equity, Organizational Presidents, Region II Candidates
7     S.B. 215, S.B. 215, Gender Equity, Press Kit Information, Press Releases
8     S.B. 215, Gender Equity, Information for Fox 36 WUPW Taping
9     S.B. 215, Gender Equity, Media Information
10     S.B. 215, Gender Equity, Amendments
11     S.B. 221, Brownfield Clean-up, Correspondence
12     S.B. 221, Brownfield Clean-up, Executive Summary
13     S.B. 221, Brownfield Clean-Up, Testimony
14     S.B. 221, Brownfield Clean-Up, Fiscal Note
15     S.B. 221, Brownfield Clean-Up, Articles
16     S.B. 221, Brownfield Clean-Up, Information
17     S.B. 275, Reproductive Health Bill
18     S.B. 314, Ban On Out of State Waste, Correspondence
19     S.B. 314, Ban on Out of State Waste, Press Package Information
20     S.B. 314, Ban on Out of State Waste, Articles,
21     S.B. 314, Ban On Out of State Waste, Envirosafe Research
22     S.B. 314, Ban on Out of State Waste, Amendment
23     S.B. 336, Youth Crime Prevention Grants   
122nd General Assembly
60 2     S.B. 215, Gender Equity Bill
16     S.B. 70, Domestic Violence-Insurance Legislation, 1997-1998
65 33     S.B. 160, Taxing Cable Industry, 1998
123RD General Assembly
33 1      S.B. 1, School Safety, revise school discipline laws (1 of 2)
2      S.B. 1, School Safety, revise school discipline laws (2 of 2)
3      S.B. 2, Multiple Theft Offenses Tried as Single Offense
4      S.B. 2, Multiple Theft Offenses Tried as Single Offense, correspondence
5      S.B. 3, Restructure Electric Industry, permit competition
6      S.B. 3, Correspondence
7      S.B. 4, Creation of Income Tax Credit to Persons Adopting Children
8      S.B. 6, Homestead Exemption, increases maximum income eligibility limit
9      S.B. 8, Judge Deny Bail for Specified Offense
10      S.B. 8, Judge Deny Bail for Specified Offense, implementation
11      S.B. 11, Rulemaking, increase public participation (1 of 2)
12      S.B. 11, Rulemaking, increase public participation (2 of 2)
13      S.B. 15, Traffic Control Township Signs/Devices
14      S.B. 17, Correspondence
15      S.B. 18, Sales Contracts, exemplify damage, regulate
16      S.B. 19, Nursing Practice and Patient Safety
17      S.B. 20, Ohio Antidegredation, historic waterway
18      S.B. 22, OMVI, increase penalty for .17% blood alcohol
19      S.B. 24, Correspondence
20      S.B. 26, Correspondence
21      S.B. 30, Executive Sales, notice consequences of sale
22      S.B. 31, Distribution of Public Works Integration Committee, member alternate
23      S.B. 33, Ducks Unlimited License Plates
24      S.B. 35, Senior Citizen, school volunteer, proposed tax relief
25      S.B. 37, Minimum GPA for Interscholastic Activities
26      S.B. 40, Melrose Apple, State Fruit
27      S.B. 42, Noise Control Regulations, extend authority, townships
28      S.B. 43, Create Coastal Erosion Loan Program
29      S.B. 46, Political Subdivision Employees, reside anywhere in state
30      S.B. 47, Precinct Bounds, census geography/report
31      S.B. 53, In-State Tuition, contiguous state residents
32      S.B. 49, Speedy Trial Law, clarify application
33      S.B. 52, Entertainment Ticket Resales, townships regulate
34      S.B. 55, County Hospital Boards, revise authority
35      S.B. 57, Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Law, clarify
36      S.B. 60, Achl Building Projects, project labor agreements
37      S.B. 64, Flea Markets, sell new property
38      S.B. 67, Cable Television, fair competition
39      S.B. 69, Plats, approval/subdivisions; city planning community pay
40      S.B. 74, Medical Records, fees/companies regulate
41      S.B. 76, Motor Vehicle, over 8,000 lbs., increase speed limit
42      S.B. 77, School Administration Personnel , evaluation/suspension/termination
43      S.B. 78, Public Records, medium/mailing
44      S.B. 83, County Contract TID purchase road assessments 
45      S.B. 87, Rules, subject specialized legislative review 
46      S.B. 89, Environmental Court, foreclosure jurisdiction 
47      S.B. 90, Sports Officials, prohibit assault on
48      S.B. 93, PERS, law enforcement retire at 48 with 25 years service
49      S.B. 95, SchoolNet Plus Fund, GRF/Transfer/appropriations
50      S.B. 98, Cigarettes, certain packages no tax stamp
51      S.B. 99, Nurses, prescribe drugs/therapeutic devices
52      S.B. 101, State Prisons, city sheriffs do investigations
53      S.B. 104, State Board of Education, Higher Education Employees may serve
54      S.B. 108, Estate Tax, reduce/phase out state share
55      S.B. 110, Ohio Alternative School Grant Program
56      S.B. 111, Dialysis, certify technicians/approve training
57      S.B. 116, Funds for Y2K
58      S.B. 118
59      S.B. 120, Veterans/Purple Heart License Plate
60      S.B.123, Ohio Works First, vocational training, revise
61      S.B. 125, Alternative Medicine, not ground for discipline
62      S.B. 130, Harmful Drug Interchanges, pharmacy board list
63      S.B. 133, Jobs of Comparable Worth, eliminate wage discrimination
64      S.B. 134, Schools, early identification plan/uniforms
65      S.B. 137, Port Authorities, revise powers and duties (Part 1 of 2)
34 1      S.B. 137, Port Authorities, revise powers and duties (Part 2 of 2)
2      S.B. 138
3      S.B. 141, Concentrated animal feeding operations, regulations
4      S.B. 142, Assault Peace Officer, imprisonment/bail
5      S.B. 145, Tangible Personal Property Tax, reduce rate
6      S.B. 147, Health Insurance Cover Diabetes
7      S.B. 149, Parole Board Members/Factors in Granting
8      S.B. 151, Educator Licensing, by educator standards board
9      S.B. 153, Crime Victim Reparations, administration/expand
10      S.B. 157
11      S.B. 161, Variable College Savings Program, establish
12      S.B. 163
13      S.B 164, 5th/11th Appellate District/Summit City CCP, add judges
14      S.B. 168, Dispensing Opticians, revise licensing laws
15      S.B. 170, Townships, speed limits/traffic regulations
16      S.B. 171, MRDD, abuse registry
17      S.B. 178, County/District Home, license, residential care facility
18      S.B. 179
19      S.B. 180, Child Support Laws, revise
20      S.B. 181, Juvenile Offenders, Sentencing
21      S.B. 182, Pilot Scholarship Schools, meet minimum standards
22      S.B. 183
23      S.B. 185
24      S.B. 186, Employee Ownership Assist Program, extend
25      S.B. 187, Background Check, person with access to child
26      S.B. 188, Second Chance Trust Fund Board, permanent
27      S.B. 190, Teacher Retirement
28      S.B. 192, Tobacco Correspondence
29      S.B. 192, Interested Organizations
30      S.B. 192, Tobacco Press Coverage
31      S.B. 192, 12 year vs. 25 year
32      S.B. 193
33      S.B. 196 Absent Voter’s Ballot, any elector vote by
34      S.B. 197
35      S.B. 203
36      S.B. 206, Bonds for Education, implement State Issue 1
37      S.B. 207 Railroad Obstruct Street, penalty
35 1      S.B. 211, Workplace Safety Inspection, if state aid
2      S.B. 218, Tobacco Use, minors, expand prohibition/regulation
3      S.B. 220, Schools, teach effects of hate/intolerance
4      S.B. 222, Body Armor + Felony, enhance penalty
5      S.B. 229, Wayne Embry Way, US 40 in Clark County
6      S.B. 230, Firearms, safe storage/offer trigger lock
7      S.B. 231, small loan/Mortgage Loan Laws, revise
8      S.B. 232, Military License Plates, eliminates $10 fee
9      S.B. 235, Telecommunications, competition/infrastructure
10      S.B. 237, Joint Vocational School, be commercial driving school
11      S.B. 239, Grants, distribution to emergency management agencies
12      S.B. 241, Commercial Fishing Rule Making
13      S.B. 242, Motor Vehicle Registration, renew electronically
14      S.B. 244, Car Accidents, next of kin notification
15      S.B. 245, Capital Reapproptiations, FY 2001 & 2002
16      S.B. 247, Red, state color
17      S.B. 249
18      S.B. 254, School Children, immunize against chicken pox
19      S.B. 260
20      S.B. 265, Enterprise Zone Report, modify requirements
21      S.B. 266, Public Employers, workers’ compensation, self insurance
22      S.B. 268, 4th Grade Reading Test, still promote
23      S.B. 269, Boards of Education, acquire realty by realty exchange
24      S.B. 270, SERS, increase benefits/medicare reimbursement
25      S.B. 271, Motorcycle License, education program, no driving exam
26      S.B. 272 Classroom Facilities Assistance Program, expand
27      S.B. 272, School Facilities, Testimony
28      S.B. 275, Ohio Works First, sanctions and time limits
29      S.B. 278, Anesthesiologist Assistants, regulate
30      S.B. 281, Title Insurance, affiliated business arrangements OK
31      S.B. 283, Handgun, prohibit sale, without trigger lock
32      S.B. 286, State University Employees Rights, intellectual property
32      S.B. 287, Natural Gas, assessment/valuation/ tax distribution
34      S.B. 288, Motor Vehicle Weight Limit, increase fines for violations
35      S.B. 295, DOT, revise law/port authority, development plan, abolish
36      S.B. 298, Estate/Income Taxes, reduce
37      S.B. 301, Ohio Venture Capital Program, create
38      S.B. 304 Community Schools, state vocational education funding 
39      S.B. 314, Schools, transitional funding, student transportation
40      S.B. 316, Cleveland Indians License Plate, Chief Wahoo
41      S.B. 319, Motor Vehicle Registration, without social security number
42      S.B. 320, SR 93 in Lawrence County renamed as Purple Heart Highway
43      S.B. 323, Motorcycle Passenger, 10 years and younger prohibited
44      S.B. 328, Lottery, study impact
45      S.B. 329, Public Audits, change governing law
46      S.B. 336, Seat Belt Violation as primary offense
47      S.B. 343, Designate a Basic Skills Score for 4th Grade Proficiency Test
48      S.B. 344, Motor Vehicle Titling
49      S.B. 345, Schools, mandate/fiscal problem avoidance
50      S.J.R. 6, Academic Watch/Emergency Intervention OK 
51      S.J.R. 7, School Performance Standards Rule OK
52      S.J.R. 8, School District Deregulation Rule OK
53      S.J.R. 9, Site Based School Management OK
54      S.J.R. 10, Academic Remediation/Intervention Rule OK
55      S.C.R. 9, Create Obesity Awareness Month, July
56      S.C.R. 10, Food Quality Protection Act
57      S.C.R. 17, Postal Service, unfair competition with private
58      S.C.R. 23, Governors’ Ozone Proposal, feds adopt
59      S.C.R. Exhorting Efforts Against Violence at Reproductive Health Clinics
60      S.C.R. 28
42 6      S.C.R. 17, 1999
47 9      S.B. 198, Change in Composition of Housing Authorities
10      S.B. 199, Demolition and Construction Fee Change
11      S.B. 200, Revise Tax Law
12      S.B. 201, Licensing Program for Salvage Motor Vehicles/Dealers
13      S.B. 212, Midwest Interstate Passenger Rail Compact
14      S.B. 221, Companion Animal Abuse/Humane Agent Training
15      S.B. 224, Towing of Motor Vehicles
16      S.B. 227, Workers Comp Subrogation
17      S.B. 235, Charitable Bingo Revisions
18      S.B. 261, Budget Modifications
19      S.B. 243, Sex Offender Registration
20      S.B. 255, Utility Service Providers and Cable Operators
22      S.B. 237, Character Education File
23      S.B. 183, Korean Vets Memorial Highway I-75, Lucas County
24      S.B. 281, Medical/Dental/Optical/Chiropractic Claims
25      S.B. 287, Freight Trains/Two Crew Members in Locomotive
26      S.B. 291, Campaign Finance Law
28      S.B. 281, Medical Malpractice Insurance
29    S.B. 266, Career Colleges and Schools/Revise Oversight
31    S.J.R. 1, CA Electronic Device/Related Lotteries
32    S.B. 485, Junetenth National Freedom Day/June 16, 2001
33    S.C.R. 39, Railroad Crossing Safety Awareness
35    S.C.R. 33, Urging Congress for Adequate Amtrak Funding
36    S.C.R. 19, GPO Resolution
38    S.C.R. 18, Disapproval of Amendment 28 to Civil Procedure Rules
39    S.C.R. 11, Task Force for Better Vision
47 40    S.C.R. 5, Special Education Funding-Full Federal Share
41    S.C.R. 41, President-Direct Popular Election
42    S.R. 1, Pay Categories for Senate Employees
44    S.R. 719, Urban Appalachian Month-August 2001  
42    S.B. 165, Hazardous Waste Disposal, 1997-2001 (Folder 1)
49 44    S.B. 165, Hazardous Waste Disposal, 1997-2001 (Folder 2)
1    S.B. 192, “Beach Bill”/Testing State Recreational Waters for Safety, 2000-2001
8    S.B. 289, Opponent Testimony, 2000
9    S.B. 289, Interested Parties, 2000
10    S.B. 289, Proponent Testimony, 2000
11    S.B. 59, Hunting/Fishing Gift Certificates, 1999-2000
14    S.B. 114, PFDPF/Recalculated Military Service Credit, 1996-1997
15    S.B. 287, Gary Rabbitt Legislation, 1997-2000
16    S.B. 178, Higher Education Trustees-One Half to be Women, 1997-98
53 17    S.R. 77, Violence/Reproductive Health
30    S.B. 289, Committee Negotiations, 1999-2000
57 31    S.B. 289, Municipal Annexation Laws-Revise, 1996-2000
15    S.B. 192, Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement, 2001
16    S.B. 136, Adult Protective Services (APS) Testimony
17    S.B. 136, Adult Protective Services, 2000-01
62 7    S.B. 136, Adult Protective Services/Press Releases, 1999-2000
8    S.B. 136, Miscellaneous
9    S.B. 136, APS Legislation, 1999-2001
10    S.B. 136, Adult Protective Services-Counties Expand
65 11    S.B. 245, Local Capital Projects, 2000
124th General Assembly
47 43    S.R. 4, Rules of the Senate
45    Senate Resolution-Support for Israel 
52 37    S.B. 71, Solid Waste Landfills-Moratorium, 2001-2002
38    S.B. 72, Red-Official State Color, 2001
        39    S.B. 74, UCC-Revise Secured Transactions Phase, 2001
40    S.B. 76, Mortgage Brokers/Loan Officers-Revise Laws, 2001
41    S.B. 78, Task Force on Faith-Based Organizations, 2001
42    S.B. 82, Community School Data Reporting, 2001-02
43    S.B. 85, Governor James Rhodes Memorial Highway, 2001
44    S.B. 88, Tax Credit-Neighborhood Assistance Contribution, 2001
45    S.B. 93, Unclaimed Funds Law-Exempt Wages $100/Less, 2002
46    S.B. 96, Brady-Spada Drilling Ban Bill – Letters of Support, 2002
53 1    S.B. 97, Uninsured and Underinsured Motorist Coverage Revision, 2001
2    S.B. 98, Physical Therapy without Prescription
3    S.B. 99, Unemployment Camp-Modify Procedures
4    S.B. 105, Environmental Laws-Statute of Limitations
5    S.B. 106, Immunity/Political Subdivisions
6    S.B. 112, Purple Heart Highway
7    S.B. 108, Estate Tax
8    S.B. 109, Bidding on Public Contracts by state or local public authority
9    S.B. 110, Corporations-Option Rights/Director Duties
10    S.B. 114, Prevailing Wage-State Improve only/time limit
11    S.B. 115, Firefighting/Firefighters
12    S.B. 116, Profit-Making Colleges-Regents May Govern
13    S.B. 118, Home Schooling/Parents Notify School District
14   S.B. 120, Civil Actions-Modify Liability Apportionment
16   S.B. 122, Defendants Competency to Stand Trial
17   S.B. 123, Traffic Laws-Sentencing Committee in Proposals
18   S.B. 124, Penalties for Unlicensed Abortion Clinics
19   S.B. 127, Rx Program/Prescription Drug Supply/Pricing
20   S.B. 128, Local Tobacco Regulations-Legislative Authority to Enact
22   S.B. 146, Joint Ambulance District Board-Increase Compensation
23   S.B. 136, Retail Food Establishments Law-Revise
24   S.B. 144, Ethanol Production-Grants/Tax Cretis
25   S.B. 145, County Offices-No County Employee Campaign Contributions
26   S.B. 134, OPFPF-Deferred Retirement Option Plan
27   S.B. 132, Ohio Aerospace and Defense Advisory Council
28   S.B. 131, Domestic Violence Shelters-Immunities
29   S.B. 129, Insurance Producers’ Licensing Act-Adopt
62 1   S.B. 165, & Senate Energy, Natural Resources and Environment Committee, 2000
65 45   S.B. 179, Peer Review Committees of Health, 2001-2002
46   S.B. 181, Enhanced 911 Service
47   S.B. 187, Compensation for School Board Members
48   S.B. 190, Permit Display of Historical Documents
49   S.B. 192, State Board of Education-Continuous Organization
50   S.B. 194, Private School Busing
51   S.B. 170, Child Support-Review Orders/Distribution of Payments
52   S.B. 172, Ohio Tuition Trust Authority Law College Advantage
53   S.B. 173, Public Employee Reservists-Preserve Pay/Benefits
54   S.B. 152, Stalking, Including Cyberstalking/Electronic Communication
55   S.B. 153, Trooper James R. Gross Memorial Highway
56   S.B. 157, Townships, Footbridges to Schools-Increase Expenditure Authority
57   S.B. 160, Nursing Homes/Adult Care-Criminal Records Check
58   S.B. 161, Supersedeas Bond-Maximum Allowable Amount
59   S.B. 162, Health Insurance-Cover Morbid Obesity Surgery
60   S.B. 165, Turnpike Commission Increase Bidding Threshold
  61   S.B. 167, Controlling Board Procedure-Invite Bids Using the Internet
  
S4. LEGISLATIVE BILLS
24     Health Services Agencies
25     Co-op Bill, Connecticut Legislation
26     Co-op Bill, Correspondence
27     Co-op Bill, Amendment
43 28     Metroparks Bill
29     Keg Tags
44 6     “Choice” License Plates (LSC 124-0670-1)
14     Child Support Payment Corporation (CSPC) Legislation
64 15     Child Support Legislation/Media, 2001
16     CSEA/ACES Legislation
1     Bills & their Amendments/121st General Assembly, 1995
2     Co-Sponsorship “No’s”/123rd General Assembly, 1998-2000
3     Co-Sponsorship “Yes’s”/123rd General Assembly, 1999-2000
  S5. DRAFT LEGISLATION
7 30     Junior Year College Grant Program
31     10 Mile Bill, Lake Erie Shore
32     Indiana’s Patient Compensation Fund
33     Out of State Hazardous Waste
34     Municipal Income Taxes
35     Requests
36     Ohio Bureau of Employment Services (OBES) State Employment Notification
37     Removing Ohio from the LLRWC (Low Level Radioactive Waste Commission)
38     Exemption from School Mandates
39     USEPA Redesignation for Toledo
 
S6. SECOND TIER LEGISLATIVE IDEAS
7 40     Labor, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
41     Labor, Computer Telemarketing
42     Decriminalization of Traffic Court
43     Estate Bill
44     Safe School Ordinance
45     Suspensions and Expulsions
46     Youth Labor Laws
47     Delaney’s Lounge, Use and Sale of Alcohol
48     Technique for Alcohol Management (TAM)
49     Family and Medical Leave Initiative
S7. THIRD TIER LEGISLATION
8 1     Foster Care
2     Teaching Braille to Blind Students
3     Probate Process for Mentally Retarded Citizens
4     Sexual Abusers
5     Child Abuse or Neglect
6     Set Aside for Women-Owned Businesses
S8. ENVIRONMENT
Envirosafe/Fondessy
7     Toledo Hazardous Waste, Articles
8      Envirosafe/Fondessy 1983 – 1984
9      Envirosafe/Fondessy 1984 –1985
10      Envirosafe/Fondessy 1986 – 1988
11      Envirosafe/Fondessy 1988 – 1990
12      Envirosafe/Fondessy Water Lines
13      Envirosafe, Amendment on S.B. 76
14      Envirosafe, 1992 Pump test from 1990
15      Envirosafe, Public Hearing
16      Envirosafe, Transcript from HWFB meeting, 8/15/90
17      Envirosafe, Transcript from HWFB meeting, 8/29/90
18      Envirosafe, Senate Resolution for Re-opening Permit
19      Envirosafe, Board Meeting Proceedings
20      Envirosafe, Permit Modification
21      Envirosafe, Reconsideration Hearings
22      Envirosafe, Adjudication Hearing
9 1      Envirosafe, Report and Recommendation of Adjudication Hearing Panel
2      Envirosafe, Opinion and Final Order
3      Envirosafe, Hazardous Waste Facility Installation Permits
4      Envirosafe, ODNR Lake Erie Erosion Hazard Rules
  5      Envirosafe, Notes,
38 6      Envirosafe, Correspondence
3      Envirosafe, Permit Information
44 4      Envirosafe, Benzenes, lawsuit, financial issues, budget hearing, correspondence
11      Envirosafe, 1998-2000
     
9 Brownfield
7      Brownfield, Correspondence
8      Brownfield, Materials
9      Brownfield, UUP Fall Forum “Building Ohio’s Economic Competitiveness”
10      Brownfield, Ohio EPA 1995 Master Sites List
11      Brownfield, Articles
  12      Toledo, Amendment on HB 592
43 13      Anti-degradation and Lake Erie Rules
44 14      Legislative Briefing on Environmental Lead Abatement
51 5      Brownfield, Miscellaneous Articles and Reports
3      Brownfields Group-2000/Issue I, Conservation & Revitalization Fund
Air Quality
38 1      Federal Deregulation on Air Quality Standards
2      Federal Deregulation on Air Quality Standards, references
Miscellaneous
6      Lake Erie Coastal Management/Submerged Lands
7      State Board, low level radioactive waste
8      Hazardous Wastes Facilities Board (HWFB)
9      Maumee River Remedial Action Plan 1990-1991
10      Maumee River Remedial Action Plan
11      Water Legislation (1 of 2)
12      Water Legislation (2 of 2)
13      Water Issues in Toledo, Lucas to Fulton, Wood, Sylvania, etc.
14      Water, Toledo to Sylvania
51 15      Water, Toledo to Fulton County
44 12      ODNR-Ohio Mine Subsidence Insurance
45 9      Clean Ohio Fund-Nature Works Requests
51 8      Ottawa River, 1999-2001   
10      BP-America’s Toledo Repositioning Project (TRP)
11      State & Local Government and Veterans Affairs Committee
     
S9. EDUCATION
School Standards
9 15      School Standards, Ohio’s Minimum Standards
16      School Standards, Proposed Pre-K through 12 Standards
17      School Standards, Proposed Standards for 1997
18      School Standards, OPEC Report on School Salaries
19      School Standards, Correspondence
20      SB 55-State Board 4’th grade performance accountability
Teacher Licensure Standards
21      Teacher Licensure Standards, Draft
22      Teacher Licensure Standards, Information
23      Teacher Licensure Standards, H.B. 117 Testimony
24      Teacher Licensure Standards, S.B. 230
25      Teacher Licensure Standards, Articles
Vouchers
26      Vouchers, Cleveland Scholarship Program, Deloitte and Touche Audit
27      Vouchers, Cleveland Scholarship Application
28      Vouchers, School Choice, Material
Budget
29      Budget, Reading Improvement/Recovery
30      Budget, County MR/DD Bus Purchase and Transportation Operation
31      Budget, Adolescent and Pregnancy Program
32      Budget, MR/DD Preschool and Supervisory Program
10 33      Budget, Special Education and Special Education Aides
1      Budget, School Building Assistance Program
2      Budget, Entry Year Programs
3      Budget, Discovery Project Match
4      Budget, Teacher Recruitment
5      Budget, Desegregation Costs
6      Budget, Non-Public Administrative Reimbursement
7      Budget, Educational Mobility
8      Budget, Auxiliary Services
9      Budget, Driver’s Education
10      Budget, School Finance Equity
11      Budget, Homeschoolers
12      Budget, University with Funding Program
52 13      Budget, DPIA Budget
1      Budget, Connections Alternative School
24      Budget, Education, 1999
65 25      Budget, Higher Education, 1999
20      Budget, K-12 Education, 2001
Miscellaneous
14      Disadvantaged Pupil Program Fund
15      Gifted Pupil
16      Special Needs Inclusion
17      Educational Technology and Improvement
18      SERRC
19      Preservice Teacher Training
20      Regional Teacher Training Centers
21      Consumer Economic Education
22      Ohio Regional Proficiency Development Centers
23      Educational Technology Partnership Plan
24      OESCA, SCA Mergers
25      Technology
26      Family and Children First, Budget
27      Family and Children First, Initiative Results
28      Family and Children First, Initiative Coordination Committee
29      School Lunch Match
30      Special Education
31      American Sign Language
32      Student Proficiency
33      New American Schools
34      Seps-Ohio State education policy seminars
41 35      Telecommunication-Cable Modems
38 1      Health and Sex Education
43 1      Charter/Community Schools
16      Springfield Local Schools
17      School Van Usage – Joint Committee on Agency Rule Review
19      Toledo International Studies Center
20      Toledo Public Schools, 1998-2001
21      All Day Kindergarten and Class Size Reduction Implementation  Report
23      Community Schools in Ohio—Second Year Implementation Report
24      Education Oversight (Legislative Office of Education Oversight)
26      Legislative Committee on Education Oversight – Model of Quality  Education  
27          
44 30     Ohio School Net/LOEO
39     Old West End Junior High School
45 1     Oregon City Schools
2     Toledo Technology Academy (TPS)
3     Primer on Federal Education Programs and Legislative Oversight Of Federal Funds
4     Proficiency Testing, Student Achievement and Local Education Practices
5     Program for At-Risk Students (LOEO)
47 21     Ohio State Commission on Dispute Resolution and Conflict Management
46     Community Schools Issue
51 1     MRCTF Education Subcommittee
2     Best Awards, 1998-2001
8     Woodward High School-Chrysler Academy
52 14     Highway & Transportation Committee
3     Education Press Conference-Budget
4     Special Education-Budget, 2002-2003
5     Technical Education
8     K-12 Career Development/Career Passport-Budget, 2002-2003
9     Education Technology-Budget, 2002-2003
14     Education Excellence-Line Item, 2000
15     LOEO, Education Budget, 1991-2001
18     School Facilities-Education, 2001-2002
20     School Funding, 2001
21     Budget Footnotes, 2001 (GRF Revenues & Disbursements)
23     Education Conference Committee, 1999
28     Education, School Facilities Commission/Additions, 1999
52 35     Ohio Senate Education Committee, 1999-2002
57 20     Governance of Education and Human Services in Ohio-Report, 1992
21     Racial Achievement Gap-Education, 2001
22     Model for the Future-Governor’s Task Force on Education, 1991
60 6     Substitute Teachers, 1997-1998
9 12     Request for Substitute Teachers, 1997
13     Ohio School Facilities Commission
14     School Net, Ohio
15     Ohio Proficiency Tests, 2000 (Folder 1)
16     Ohio Proficiency Tests, 2000 (Folder 2)
17     Education-Teacher’s Salaries, 1999
18     National Board Certified Teachers
19     Commission for Student Success
19     DeRolph III Decision (Folder 1)
    DeRolph III Decision (Folder 2)
24     DeRolph Case
    Educational & Retirement Committee Meetings/Minutes (Folder 1)
65 25     Educational & Retirement Committee Meetings/Minutes (Folder 2)
19     Dept. of Education, House Primary & Secondary Education
Subcommittee, 1999
24    Ohio Dept. of Education Contacts for Programs Funded Through Budget, 1999
25    Ohio Dept. of Education Line Items, 1995-1999
27    State Board of Education Minutes, Feb. 1998
32    Ohio Dept. of Education-Line Item, FY ’98 by Topics
10 43    Buckeye Institute Paper-Public School Finance and Educational Reform
66 19    Revenue Estimate for Inventory Tax & H.B. 920 Effects on Business Property, 1997
10    Work Keys Tests – Vocational Education, 2001
13    Breakdown of Senators by School Districts, 1999
17    Vocational Leadership in Comprehensive Districts
18    ODE,Division of Vocational & Adult Education-Joanna Kister, Director (Memos), 1998-1999
19    Ohio Council on Vocational Education, 1995-1996
20    Vocational Education, Ohio’s Future at Work Beyond 2000
21    Adult Vocational Education, Post Secondary/Line Item 200-514, 1992-1995
22    Individual Career Plan Information
24    Comprehensive Vocation Education-Director’s Concerns, 1998-99
25    Coalition of Vocation Education Organizations, 1995-1999 
26    Vocational Education, Modernization-1989-1995
31    Vocational Education, State Plan for Administration of Vocational
Education, 1994-1998
32    Vocational Education-Budget,200-507/1993-1997
33    Vocational Education in Ohio, 1998-1999
34    ODE-Directory of Vocational & Adult Ed/PAAS, 1998-99
35    Meeting Minutes-Vocational Education Directory/Lucas County-Notes,
36    Ohio Vocational Association, 1998-1999
37    Career-Focused Education for Ohio’s Students, 1998
38    Ohio Passport and Individual Career Plan, 1993-1999
  39    Cooperative Education (College Interns)-Vocational Education, 1993
40    Joint Commission on Vocational & Technical Education, 1991
41    Education-Needs Assessment of Ohio’s Vocational and Technical
       Education Systems (Wisconsin Study), 1990-1991
10 School Net
41      Ohio Educational Computer Network
42      School Net, Materials
43      School Net, Bill 627
44      School Net, Application Status
45      School Net, HEAL Grant
46      School Net, Advisory Committee Meeting Minutes  
47      School Net, Newsletter “On The Move”
52 48      School Net, Technology Equity Grants
11 47      School Net, Evaluation Symposium Conference
1      School Net, Summary of Laws
2      School Net, Correspondence
3      School Net, Materials
4      School Net, Articles
5      School Net, LOEO
Education Reform
6      Reform, Education Improvement Commission, Jean Droste
7      Reform, Education Improvement Commission
8      Reform, Outcome Based Education
Ohio Board of Regents
   9      OBOR Ph.D. Program, Research 
10      OBOR Ph.D. Program, Articles
11      OBOR Ph.D. Program, Constituent Mail
Early Education Meetings
12      Early Education Meetings, School Funding Caucus
13      Early Education Meetings, Third Grade Guarantee
14      Early Education Meetings, Draft
15      Early Education Meeting, Minutes, 1/29/97
16      Early Education Meeting, Minutes, 2/20/97
17      Early Education Meetings, Minutes, 2/27/97
18      Early Education Meetings, House Republic Education Plan
19      Early Education Meetings, “Our Children Are Worth It” Coalition
20      Early Education Meetings, Ad Hoch School Funding
21      Early Education Meetings, Coalition of Urban and Rural Democrats
22      Early Education Meetings, School Infrastructure Reform Plan
     Early Education Meetings, House Amendments
     Early Education Meetings, Infrastructure Funding   
     
    
36 Head Start
1      Early Childhood Programs
2      Head Start, miscellaneous files
3      Head Start, 1995
4      Head Start, Toledo Head Start Evaluation, 1995
5      Ohio Department of Education, Head Start/Public Preschool Report
6      Head Start, LOEO, implementation of Head Start
7      Toledo Head Start Unionizing
8      Head Start, information
9      Governor’s Head Start Task Force, Education Issues
10      Multi-State Level Forum, Cuyahoga City, Corrective Action Plan
11      Community Needs Assessment, 1996
12      Governor’s Head Start Taskforce
13      EOPA, Toledo/Lucas County Head Start newsletter and parent    
        meeting information
43 14      Head Start, Issues
63 23      Head Start Study (Legislative Office of Education Oversight)
24      Head Start, Budget 2002-2003
   
11 S10. SCHOOL FUNDING
23     Browning Testimony, Sub Documents
24      LBO Earmarking Taxes, 1993 Study
25      State GRF Expenditures
26      History of Democratic Headquarters
27      LBO Sales Tax Option
28      LBO Cost of New Funding Proposal
29      Michigan Tax Changes
30      John Augenblick Testimony
31      Augenblick Recommendation
32      Funding Comparison in Valuation Per Pupil
33      Ohio Department of Taxation
34      “Paying for Ohio’s Schools”
35      Real Property As Percentage Value
36      Joint Legislative Subcommittee to Study Key School Funding Issues (1 of 2)
37      Joint Legislative Subcommittee to Study Key School Funding Issues (2 of 2)
38      Legislative Office of Educational Oversight
39      Augenblick’s Model Lists
40      Augenblick’s “Proposal for Elimination of Wealth Based Disparities”
41      Augenblick’s 1993 Report, “Determining a Base Student Cost Figure”
42      Democratic School Funding Plan
43      Caucus Finan Letter
44      Caucus Research on At-Risk Funding Programs
45      ODE Budget, Furney Line Items by Unit
46      ODE Money Flowchart
11 47      Printout, Estimates of Valuation and ADM by District
48      Expenditure Flow Model 607 School District
49      Department of Education, Chonologicals from Budget
50      ODE, Policy Research and Analysis, Simulation Unit
51      Funding History of Ohio, Ohio Democratic Party
52      Furney Offices Equity Aid
53      ODE Simulation, Categorical Line Items
54      ODE Simulation, SF12, Equity Textbook
55      Total SF12 Plus Equity
56      K-12 SF12 Plus Equity Aid Plus Textbook
57      ODE Simulation, SF12
58      Distribution of State Aid, Percentage of Total School Revenue
59      Simulation Unit, Breakdown of Categorical Aid
60      Simulation ADJ Cupp Report
61       Educational Funding and DeRolph, Electric Utility Taxes
12 62       School Foundation – Basic Allowance     
1       Ohio School finance Handbook
2       OPEC Analysis of 21 Urban School Districts
3       School Infrastructure, GAO Report
4       School Infrastructure 1990 Public School Facility Survey Report
5       School Infrastructure S456 Federal Bill
6       School Infrastructure Crumbling Schools Report
7       School Infrastructure, ODE Building Assistance Program
8       Peppermint Patty School Clip
9       Ohio School Facilities Commission Grant Report
47 10       OBM School Facilities Funding Plan
47       Education Funding Cap
57 19      School Readiness Resource Centers, 1999-2001
24      Higher Education Funding Commission, 1999
25      Higher Education Funding Commission Meeting, 1/13/2000
26      Higher Education Funding Commission, 2001
27      Higher Education Funding Commission, 1/21/2001
63 24      DeRolph Media File
47      Vouchers
  25      DeRolph Herington-Requirements
21     Community School Funding 
22     Character Education, Budget Funding
65 1     K-12 Education, Budget FY 2002-2003
22     School Funding-Line Items (Executive to House 1998-1999)
36     School Funding-Revised Plan B Version, 1997
66 38     School Funding Proposal, Gov. Voinovich, 1997
9     State Board of Education-Vocational Education, FY 2001-2003/
Budget & Policy Recommendations
14     State Funding for Vocational Education, FY 1998-1999 Biennium
15     Ohio Vocational Association-Vocational Education Funding, 1999
16     ODE Joint Vocational School Funding, 1999
23     State Board of Education, Budget & Policy Recommendations, 1998-99
30     Converting JVS Funding to Foundation Basic Aid, 1999
S11. ECONOMY
Toledo Development
11        Toledo Development, Minority Business Development Council
12 12        Toledo Development, “The Other Ohio” Conference
13        Toledo Development, Port Authority
14        Toledo Development, National Center for Tooling and Precision Components (NCTPC)
15        Toledo Development, Port Authority, Airport Zoning
16        Toledo Development, Toledo Prison Site, Zoning
17        Toledo Development, Lasalles Building Project
18        Toledo Development, Private Industry Council, Strategic Planning Report
19        Toledo Development, Toledo Regional Growth Partnership and Plan
20        Toledo Development, 1197 Program and Action Plan
21        Toledo Development, Toledo World Trade Center
22        Toledo Development, Chamber of Commerce
23        Toledo Development, COSI
24        Toledo Development, Edison Industrial Systems (EISC)
25        Toledo Development, ABJ Article
26        Toledo Development, Ohio Community Development Finance Fund
13       Treasurer, State of Ohio Annual Report FY 1999-2000
42 Local, Jeep
27         Local, Jeep, Highway Safety Grant
28         Local, Jeep, Jeep Plant
29         Local, Jeep, Jeep Cost Overruns
30         Local, Jeep, DAS Fact Book
31         Local, Jeep, Notes
32        Local, Jeep, Enterprise Zoning, HB 215
33        Local Jeep, Articles (1 of 2)
34        Local Jeep, Articles (2 of 2)
35        Local, Jeep, Workers Compensation
36        Local, Jeep, Proclamation
43 37        Local, Jeep, Letter from Carty Finkbeiner
10        UAW – Jeep/Ohio Bureau of Employment Services, 1998
S12. WOMEN & CHILDREN’S BUDGET COALITION
38       Meeting Minutes
12 39        Budget Reports
40        Materials
41        Lobbying Workshop
42        Correspondence
43        Working Group – Children
44        Committee Juvenile Corrections
45        Roster and List
13 46        Senate Budget
1        Ohio’s Vocational Education System, “Answering the Challenge”
2        Executive Summary
3        Budget Proposal FY 98-99
4        Ohio Women Inc., Temporary Office Site
5        Correspondence
6        Meeting Minutes, Agenda
40 7        Articles
3        Women’s Policy and Research Commission Projects
4        Women’s Policy and Research Commission, general information
5       Women’s Policy and Research Commission, 1991-1996
6        Women’s Policy and Research Commission, committees
7        Women and Children’s Budget Coalition
8        Women and Children’s Budget Coalition and ART
10        Women and Children’s Budget Coalition, 1998-1999
46
S13. INVESTING IN PEOPLE/SCHOOL-TO-WORK
13 Meeting Minutes
8       Meeting Minutes, 8/93-5/95
9        Meeting Minutes, 5/17/94
10        Meeting Minutes, 12/94-7/95 
11        Meeting Minutes, Notes for 1/18/96 meeting
12        Meeting Minutes, Human Resources Development Institute
13        Meeting Minutes, GHRIC, 1996
14        Meeting Minutes, GHRIC, 8/96-11/96
15        Meeting Minutes, 12/96-1/97
A-Team
16        A-Team, Bios
17        A-Team, Proposed Timeline
18        A-Team, Testimony by James P. Long
19        A-Team, Metalworking Skill Standards Meeting
20        A-Team, Retreat Notes 1994-1995
21        A-Team, Retreat 9/95
22        A-Team, Collaboration Team Recommendations
23        A-Team, Meeting, 10/30/95
24        A-Team, Notebook, 1994-1996
25        A-Team, Notebook, 1995
I-Team
26         I-Team, Meeting Minutes, 2/95 – 9/95
27         I-Team, Meeting Minutes, 1995
28         I-Team, Memo of Understanding
29         I-Team, Bailey Meeting
30         I-Team, Quarterly Progress Report
14 1st Policy Institute
1         1st Policy Institute, November Meeting, Correspondence
2         1st Policy Institute, Meeting Minutes, 10/93-11/93
3         1st Policy Institute, Meeting, Hotel Set-up
Workforce Policy Institute
4         Workforce Policy Institute I
5         Workforce Policy Institute, Meeting, 12/4 – 12/7/93
6         Workforce Policy Institute II
Governance and Structure
7         Governance and Structure, Overview
8         Governance and Structure, Jana Zinser
9         Governance and Structure, Addendum
Ohio’s Vision for a School-To-Work Program
10         Ohio’s Vision for a STW Program, Drafts
11         Ohio’s Vision for a STW Program
12         Ohio’s Vision for a STW Program, Community Response
13         Ohio’s Vision for a STW Program, Stakeholders Response
14         Ohio’s Vision for a STW Program, Correspondence
Pilot Project
15         Statewide Pilot
16         Pilot Project, Evaluation by T. Bailey
17         Pilot Project, Evaluation by Columbia University and Metis Assoc.
18         Pilot Project, Tech Prep Orientation Program
Regional Alliance
19         Regional Alliance, Regional Directory
20         Regional Alliance, Regional Forum Meeting 10/93 – 6/94
21         Regional Alliance, Toledo Regional STW Forum
22         Regional Alliance, Akron Forum
23         Regional Alliance, Southern Regional Education Board, Gene Bottoms
24         Regional Alliance, Interim Planning Team
25         Regional Alliance, Launching Regional Alliances
26         Regional Alliance, Executive Committee
27         Regional Alliance, Region 2
28          Regional Alliance, Northwest Ohio STW Region 2
National Alliance of Business
29          NAB, Youth Apprenticeship
30          NAB, “How School to Work Works for Business
31          NAB, Siegal Overhead Presentation
32          NAB, Proposal of STW Assistance
National Conference of State Legislatures
33          NCSL, “Racing With the World”
34          NCSL, Summary of Phase I-II
35          NCSL, Directory of State Legislative Involvement with JTPA
36          NCSL, NCSL/ JFF Workplan
37          NCSL, Project Status Report, Phase I, II, III, IV
38          NCSL, Puerto Rico Conference
39          NCSL, “Economic Competition, Defense Conversion”
40          NCSL, Programs Nationwide
41          NCSL, July Annual Meeting
42          NCSL, State Funding Policies and STW Transition for At-Risk Students
43          NCSL, Education, Labor, and Job Training Notes
44          NCSL, Perkins Vocational Act
45          NCSL, Contract Extension, LBO-Schill
46          NCSL, Contract Extension
47          NCSL, Zinser, “At-Risk Students in STW Transition Programs”
48          NCSL, Zinser, Career Track Research
49          NCSL, Zinser and Pilcher, “Report on OH’s IPP”
Legislative Staff Briefing
15 1          Legislative Staff Briefing, Invitations, Announcements
2          Legislative Staff Briefing, Minutes 3/11/96
3          Legislative Staff Briefing, Overheads
4          Legislator’s Briefing 4/23/96
Partners
5          Partners, Labor
6          Partners, Community
7          Partners, Business
Correspondence and Contracts
8          Correspondence, Interoffice Memo
9          Correspondence, Proficiency Testing
10          Correspondence, 1993-1994
11          Correspondence, 1994-1997
12          Contract, Partners Contract
13          Contract, Cochran PR Contract
14          Contract, VMC Audio Tapes
Papers
15          US GAO, HB 2884 Components of Comprehensive Strategy
16          US GAO, Transition from School to Work
17          US GAO, Transition from School to Work: New Strategies
18          Papers, “Economic Development., Learning, and High Performance Work Organizations”
         Papers, Center for Learning and Competitiveness
19          Papers, “Moving Vocational Education Toward STW”
20          Papers, School To Work White Paper
21          Papers, Ottawa County Market Survey
22
Youth Apprenticeship
23          PA Youth Apprenticeship, Arnold Packer
24          PA Youth Apprenticeship, Katherine Schill
25          PA Youth Apprenticeship, Jean Wolfe Bio and Info
26          PA Youth Apprenticeship, Butler Presentation, Building Stakeholders Group
27          PA Youth Apprenticeship, Integrating Academics and the Workplace
28          PA Youth Apprenticeship, Memo of Understanding
29          PA Youth Apprenticeship, Team Social Contract
30          Youth Apprenticeship, National Efforts
31          Youth Apprenticeship, Focus Committee
32          Youth Apprenticeship, Proposals
33          Youth Apprenticeship,  Programs
34          Youth Apprenticeship, STW Transition Information Survey (1 of 2)
35          Youth Apprenticeship, STW Transition Information Survey (2 of 2)
36          Youth Apprenticeship, Timeline Summary
37          Youth Apprenticeship, Lucas County Apprenticeship Co. Listing
38          Youth Apprenticeship, “Putting Theory Into Practice”
39          Youth Apprenticeship, Gitter Paper
40          Youth Apprenticeship, 1996 Apprenticeship Council
41          Youth Apprenticeship, Council, 1997
Hospitality and Tourism
         Hospitality and Tourism, “Dev. Systematic Problem Solving Skills”
42          Hospitality and Tourism, Project, 1994-1996
43          Hospitality and Tourism, Job History, Directory
44          Hospitality and Tourism, Indiana Labor and Management Council
45          Hospitality and Tourism, GHRIC
16 46          Hospitality and Tourism, CHRIE
1          Hospitality and Tourism, Skill Standards
2          Hospitality and Tourism, Media
3          Hospitality and Tourism, Conference October 1995
4          Hospitality and Tourism, Culinary Union Training Center
5
School To Work Programs
6          STW, Operating Engineers Apprenticeship and Training
7          STW, Ohio Edison Industrial Systems Center 1993 Year in Review
8          STW, National Programs, Metalworking Industrial Skill Standards
9          STW, Ohio Labor Market Information (LMI)
10          STW, Cuyahoga Community College
11          STW, Tech Prep Meeting and State Perspective
12          STW, Teach Prep
13          STW, North Central Ohio Employee Participation Council
14          STW, “Ohio Co-op Education/Employment: Lost Effectiveness”
15          STW, Tooling and Machining Association
16          STW, Edison Tech Centers
17          STW, Ohio Greene County Career Center
18          STW, Al Pope, Chrysler Handouts
19          STW, George Tombaugh
20          STW, Occupational Work Adjustment
21          STW, Business, Industry and Education Day, 8/29/95
22          STW, Career Development
23          STW, Toledo Public Schools Vocational Education and STW
24          STW, GRADS (Graduation, Reality, and Dual-Role Skills)
25          STW, Student Participation
26          STW, Lorain County Program
27          STW, Electric Contractor and Association
28          STW, Ohio Department Information
66 29            STW, Ford Academy of Manufacturing Science
1          STW, Governance ,1994
2          STW, Local Partnership Resource Directory
3          STW, Evaluation by Metis Associates, 1997
4          STW, Mathematica Visit, 1996
5          STW, Controlling Board, 1996
6          STW, Implementation Grant Performance Plan-Year 3, 1997-1998
7          STW, Region 2-Northwest Ohio School-to-Work Alliance
8          STW, Policy Forum, June 2000
Budget and Grants
16 30          Budget, Estimated for FY93
31          Budget, Billing Process, Reimbursements
32          Budget, Administrative Tax Forms W-9
33          Budget, Controlling Board Request
34          Budget, Controlling Board Request #132
17 35          Budget, Conference Money
1          Grants, Planning Grants Studies
2          Grants, Federal Planning Grant
3          Grants, Planning Grant Activities, A Framework for Action
4          Grants, Planning Grant Realignment
5          Grants, A Request for Proposals
6          Grants, Local RFP’s to State
7          Grants, Request for Proposals
8          Grants, Proposal Letters
9          Grants, Review Process for Applications
10          Grants, Implementation Grant, Technical Assistance and Support
11          Grants, Implementation Grant, Notice of Proposed Selection Criteria
12          Grants, Implementation Grant, Partners Retreat, April, 1995.
13          Grants, Implementation Grant, June 1995
14          Grants, Implementation Grant, Application 1995
15          Grants, Implementation Grant, Application 6/95
16          Grants, Federal Improvement Grant, Fed. On-Site Review
17          Grants, Implementation Grant, Summary
18          Grants, Implementation Grant, Application 1997
19          Grants, Federal Continuation Grant
20          Grants, Demonstration Grants
21          Grants, Development and Continuation Grant Project
22          Grants, Federal Improvement Grant, Lucas Partnership Grant
23          Grants, Partnership Prototype Grant
24          Grants, Local Partnership Demonstration Grant
25          Grants, Local Partnership Demonstration Grant, RFP’s
26          Grants, OMA High Performance Grant
27          Grants, NCSL STW Opportunity Grants
28          Grants, Democratic Site Evaluation, Poczik Local Grant
29          Grants, GHRIC Update
30          Grants, Greater Toledo Recipients
31          Grants, Federal Improvement Grant, The Clarion bills
32          Grants, Funding, Schill
School To Work Materials
33          STW Materials, STW Notebook, 8/93 – 4/94 (1 of 2)
34          STW Materials, STW Notebook, 8/93 – 4/94 (2 of 2)
18 1          STW Materials, STW Notebook, 1994-1996 (1 of 2)
2          STW Materials, STW Notebook, 1994-1996 (2 of 2)
3          STW Materials, Long Term/On Going Goals
4          STW Materials, Speech Notes
5          STW Materials, Public Agenda Foundation, Swenson
6          STW Materials, JFF Subarctic Survival Exercise Meeting
7          STW Materials, Gardening Analogy
8          STW Materials, Opportunity Act of 1993, 1994
9          STW Materials, Pinchak Overheads
10          STW Materials, GHRIC update
11          STW Materials, Upjohn Inst., STW Programs for At-Risk Students
12          STW Materials, Jalna MacLaren, STW Director
13          STW Materials, S1186 Workforce Investment Partnership Act
14          STW Materials, Metis Report, Implementation of Ohio’s STW
15          STW Materials, Higher Education
16          STW Materials, Education Forms to be filled out
17          STW Materials, Research
18          STW Materials, New Information
19          STW Materials, Staff Phone Numbers and Bios
20          STW Materials, Local Partnership Resource Directory 
21          STW Materials, Labels
IPP/STW Printed Materials
22          Printed Materials, IPP Resource Notebook 1992-1995
23          Printed Materials, IPP Resource Notebook 1995
24          Printed Materials, Investing in People Pamphlets
25          Printed Materials, “From School To Work: A School/Community Effort”
26          Printed Materials, Ghazalah’s “1979 Vocational Education Grads”
27          Printed Materials, “America’s Choice: High Skill or Low Wages”
28          Printed Materials, “Handbook for Labor Representatives”
29          Printed Materials, Dept. of Labor, “Apprenticeship Training”
30          Printed Materials, “Ohio’s Vocational Education System: Answering the Challenge”
19 31         Printed Materials, Dept. of Labor, “Meaning of Apprenticeship”
1         Printed Materials, Project Smart, “Youth Opportunities Unlimited”
2         Printed Materials, Career, Education & Training Associates
3         Printed Materials, “Vocational Education Reform in Ohio: A Study and Proposal”
4         Printed Materials, “Jobs: Ohio’s Future”
5         Printed Materials, GAO, “Skill Standards”
6         Printed Materials, JFF HR Matrix
7         Printed Materials, JFF, “STW: A Guide”
8         Printed Materials, “School Lessons, Work Lessons”
9         Printed Materials, “Learning That Works: A STW Briefing Book”
10         Printed Materials, State Board of Education, “STW Update”
11         Printed Materials, “Briefing Paper for Legislatures”
12         Printed Materials, “A Guide to Work Based Learning”
13         Printed Materials, “Focusing Education on Job Readiness”
14         Printed Materials, “Gathering Momentum: Transition  from STW”
15         Printed Materials, “Pathways to Success: A Companion Guide”
16         Printed Materials, Leadership Kick-Off Conference
17         Printed Materials, ECS, “State Profiles”
18         Printed Materials, STW Glossary, Directory, Guidelines
19         Printed Materials, “Building a STW System” Transparency Presentation
20         Printed Materials, Toledo Public Schools, “Analysis of 1995 HS Graduate Follow-Up Study”
21        Printed Materials, One Stop, “The Partnership Exchange”
22        Printed Materials, One Stop, “A Strong Foundation for OH’s WFD”
23        Printed Materials, “Windows of Opportunity”
24        Printed Materials, NCSL Primer on Federal Education Programs”
25        Printed Materials, GHRIC
26        Printed Materials, GHRIC Notebook
27        Printed Materials, “WFD System, Future Directions”
28        Printed Materials, “A Matter of Time”
29        Printed Materials, “Stakeholders’ Response”
30        Printed Materials, Needs Analysis
31        Printed Materials, Internat’l Union of Operating Engineers, “Apprenticeship and Training Program Overview”
32        Printed Materials, “Skill Standards”
33        Printed Materials, “Reach High….Dream Deep”
34        Printed Materials, Whitmer Career and Technology Center
20 1        Printed Materials, Articles, “To Innovate”
2        Printed Materials, Articles, “The Deal Maker: Don Monroe”
3        Printed Materials, Articles, GHRIC Newsletter
4        Printed Materials, Articles, “Students Not Able to Compete”
5        Printed Materials, Articles, “Rethinking Schools”
6        Printed Materials, Articles, “Hollister Article”
7        Printed Materials, Articles, “STW Update”
8        Printed Materials, Articles, Miscellaneous (1 of 2)
9        Printed Materials, Articles, Miscellaneous (2 of 2)
       
S14. WORK FORCE DEVELOPMENT (WFD)
Welfare Reform
10        Welfare Reform, Joint Committee on Welfare Reform, Hearing 
11        Welfare Reform, Committee on Human Services, Conference 
12        Welfare Reform, Family Option Plan, Domestic Violence
13        Welfare Reform, Organized Labor Welfare Response
14        Welfare Reform, Welfare Reform Council
15        Welfare Reform, Ohio Hunger Task Force Legislative Briefing
16        Welfare Reform, Strategy and Implementation Plan (1 of 2)
17        Welfare Reform, Strategy and Implementation Plan (2 of 2)
18        Welfare Reform, News Articles
19        Welfare Reform, Welfare Funds
20        Welfare Reform, Advisory Council Roster
21        Welfare Reform, Lucas County Welfare Reform Task Force
22        Welfare Reform, Lucas County Welfare Reform
23        Welfare Reform, Labor Response
24        Welfare Reform, “Work After Welfare”
25        Welfare Reform, One Stop Committee Creation
One Stop
21 1        One Stop, GHRIC
2        One Stop, Lucas County
3        One Stop, Meeting Minutes
4        One Stop, OMTI Information
5        One Stop, Explanatory Information
6        One Stop, Solicitation for Grant
7        One Stop, Newsletter
WFD Information
8        HRIC Correspondence Requests
9        Connecticut WFD Information
10        Kansas WFD Information
11        Michigan WFD Information
12        North Carolina WFD Information
13        Oregon WFD Information
14        Texas WFD Information
Study Committee
15        Study Committee, Executive Committee
16        Study Committee, Correspondence
17        Study Committee, Meeting Schedule
18        Study Committee, Agenda and Meeting Notes
19        Study Committee, Meeting Minutes (1 of 2)
20        Study Committee, Meeting Minutes (2 of 2)
21        Study Committee, Agency Presentation
22        Study Committee, Agency Presentation, Bob Race
23        Study Committee, LCS Summaries of Programs in Agencies
24        Study Committee, Field Hearing Briefing
Hearings
25        Field Hearings, Columbus
26        Field Hearings, Portsmouth
27        Field Hearings, Kirtland
28        Job Training Taskforce Hearing, Testimony
29        Job Training Taskforce Hearing, Conrad Report
30        Community Hearing
31        Community Hearing, Invitee List
32        Community Hearing, Agenda
33        Community Hearing, Materials
34        Community Hearing, Testimony
Re-Engineering Project
22 1        Re-Engineering Project
2        Re-Engineering Project, Work Plan
3        Re-Engineering Project, Labor
4        Re-Engineering Project, GHRIC
5        Re-Engineering Project, GHRIC, Letter to Governor
6        Re-Engineering Project, GHRIC, Matrix Project
7        Re-Engineering Project, Hollister Remarks
8        Re-Engineering Project, Furney’s Response
Miscellaneous
39 9        Workforce Development Bill, Bill Request
10        Sub HB 117, 215, Budget Language
11        HR 1385, Dewine
12        PIC Meeting, 12/16/96
13        Town Hall I
14        Town Hall II
15        Transitional
16        JTPA Work Flex Plan
17        North West Ohio Consortium for Economic Development
18        Ohio Industrial Training Program
19        Ohio Commissioners’ Association
20        OBES Local Offices Listing
21        Ohio Department of Human Services Testimony on Employment
22        Partnership Ohio
23        Workforce Development, Job Training Tax Program
24        Memo, Legislative Budget Office, WFD program funds by WIA mandatory one-stop partners
25       Memo, Legislative Budget Office, LSC job training and workforce development task force report
26       Memo, Legislative Budget Office, workforce development Ohio industrial training program
55 1       Workforce Development-Merger, 1999 (Folder 1)
2       Workforce Development-Merger, 1999 (Folder 2)
9       Department Economic and Workforce Development Proposal
10       Press Packet/Furney, OBES/ODOD Merger Request
11       Press Reports, 1999/Dept. of Economic and Workforce Service
12       Editorial Board Packet-OBES/ODOD Merger
Printed Materials
22 23       Printed Materials, OH Benefits System Data Linkage Committee
24       Printed Materials, “Fantus Report: Labor Market and Operating Cost”
25       Printed Materials, “Employment and Training Block Grants”
26       Printed Materials, OH Manufacturer’s Assoc., “Workforce Capability Study”
27       Printed Materials, OHSDA, “Employment and Training Survey Results
28       Printed Materials, Ohio Rehabilitation Services Commission
29       Printed Materials, LSC Study, “Ohio Job Training and WFD Programs: Administrative Consolidation”
30       Printed Materials, Ohio Labor Market Review
31       Printed Materials, “Regional Growth Partnership Workforce Readiness”
32       Printed Materials, Time, “Where the Jobs Are”
33       Printed Materials, Ohio Contractor’s Magazine
34       Printed Materials, Articles, Federal Activity
35       Printed Materials, “Taking Care of Business”
Workforce Investment Act
39 1      Workforce Investment Act, 5 year strategic plan (2000-2005)
2      Workforce Policy Board, December 2000
3      Business Issues, committee
4      Governor’s Workforce Policy Board, December 1999
5      Anderson Consulting Contract
6      Workforce Investment Act, 1998
7      Governor’s Workforce Policy, miscellaneous files
8      Workforce Investment Act, local policy guide, 1999
9      Workforce Investment Act, JTPA technical assistance closeout guide
10      UPS Earn and Learn Program
11      GWPB
12      Skill Standards
13      Workforce Development, ITA
14      Governor’s Workforce Policy Board, introductory conference call, 11/3/99
15      Workforce Investment Act, State Board
16      Governor’s Workforce Policy Board, January 2000
17      Governor’s Workforce Policy Board, February 2000
18      Governor’s Workforce Policy Board, June 2000
19      Governor’s Workforce Policy Board, September 2000
20      Legislative Budget Office Request, Professional Development
21      State Education Policy Seminar Report, May 1995
51 22      LSC 122, 122nd General Assembly (1997-1998)
55 16      Issue I-Working Papers,  2001
4      Workforce Investment Act, 8/99-10/99
8      OBES and ODOD Merger Proposal
13      Problem Listing of Taft WIA
14      Business-1998 / Merger-1999    
15      County Commissioners-Merger
16      PRC County Symposium, 9/21/99
17      County TANF Allocations SFY 1999    
18      OBES/ODHS Merger Legislation
19      OBES/ODHS Merger Presentations
20      LSC-Final Report/Job Training & Workforce Dev.
21      Responses to Draft of LSC & WFD Task Force, 1998
22      WIA-OBES-LSC-WFD Committee, 1998
23      Workforce Investment Act-Transition Guide (Draft & Revised Version)
24    OBES/ODHS Merger-Journal of the Federation for Community
Planning
25    Questions for Labor & Business County Commissioners on Merger
26    Workforce Investment Act of 1998-Analysis
27    OBES/ODHS Merger-Issues and Decision
28    Office of Workforce Development-Merger Diagram
29    Ohio Option-Merger Diagram
33    Workforce Development Action Team Meeting, Aug. 1999
34    Workforce Development Action Team Meeting, Sept. 1999
35    Merger Proposal for ODHS & OBES into ODJFS, 1999
36    Merger of OBES & ODHS into Ohio Have-A-Heart
37    OCSEA Conference, 1999
38    Workforce Investment Act-Wise Association/Dwayne Sattler, 1999
39    Workforce Investment Act-National Press Coverage, 1998
40    Workforce Investment Act-Summary & Description/Final Compromise
42    Workforce Investment Act-National Conference of State Legislatures/
Leg. Service Committee, 1998
43    Miscellaneous Information-LSC/Workforce Development (Notices
& Agendas, 1998)
44    Drafts/Final Reports/LSC Study-Job Training & WFD Programs, 1998
45    LSC Study-Job Training & WDP, 1998
46    Workforce Investment Analysis-OBES Transition Guide, 1999
47    Office of Workforce Development Merger-Taft Proposal, 1999   
    S15. ENERGY
23 1      Ameritech Relay Center Toledo
2      BP of America
3      Columbia Gas of Ohio
4      Toledo Edison
5      Toledo Municipal Electric System
6      Public Utilities Commission of Ohio
7      Public Utilities Commission Workers
8      Utilities, Telephone Deregulation Rules
9      Utilities, Toledo Edison/Centerior Rate Increase
63 10      Utilities, Model Energy Code
11      Consumers’ Counsel-Ohio, 2000-2002
2      Ohio Electric Choice
3      Natural Gas and Heat
15      Ohio’s Energy Credit Program Review
42 3      Public Utilities Commission of Ohio, 2001
4      Public Works Commission of Ohio, 2000 & 2002
Electric Deregulation
37 1      Deregulation Newsletter
2      Standard Transition Costs
3      Other Provisions
4      Market Structure
5      Herington Supplemental Information
6      Press Releases
7      H.C.R. 123
8      Taxes
9      Electric Deregulation, House
10      Goals and Restructuring
11      Talking Points
12      Caucus
13      Organizations
14      Electric Deregulation, Legislation information
15      Electric Deregulation, fiscal information
16      Electric Deregulation, notes
17      Electric Deregulation, articles, newsletters, and briefings
18      Consumers Council
19      Electric Deregulation, miscellaneous files
20      Edison Merger
21      Edison Rate Increase
Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO)
22      Public Utilities Commission of Ohio, appointment
23      Public Utilities Commission of Ohio, annual report
24      Public Utilities Commission of Ohio, Columbia Gas
25      Public Utilities Commission of Ohio, Railroad Crossings
26      Public Utilities Commission of Ohio, telephone
S16. CORRESPONDENCE
23 11       A, Miscellaneous
12       ABLE Domestic Violence Advocacy Program
13       ACES, Association for Children for Enforcement of Support
14       Action Ohio Coalition for Battered Women
15       Asian Mutual Assistance Program
16       Arts Commission
17       B, Miscellaneous
18       Benham, Lelia
19       Black, Ellen
20       C, Miscellaneous
21       Chandler, Joyce
22       Culver, Cindy
23       Czarnecki, Judy
24       D, Miscellaneous
25       Department of Labor
26       Desmond, Ann M.
27       DYS 
28       E, Miscellaneous
29       Even Start
30       F, Miscellaneous
31       Foien, Arthur B.
32       Foster, Jill E.
33       Fowler, Stephanie
34       G, Miscellaneous
35       Gamble, Amanda Dine
36       Gramby, Shirley
37       Grotsky, Lisa
38       H, Miscellaneous
39       Hoch, Heidi
40       International Guest House
41       Ivey, Corey
42       Jacobs, Jill
43       Johnson, Fred
44
45       K, Miscellaneous
46       Kaszowski, Kristina
47       Kirk, Jennifer K.
48       Keeney, Jacquelyn
49       Koch, Tiffany
50       L, Miscellaneous
51       Lucas County Solid Waste District
52       Light LTR
53       M, Miscellaneous
54       Martin, Jeanne, January 1996
55       Martin, Jeanne, February 1996
56       Martin, Jeanne, March 1996
57       Martin, Jeanne, April 1996
58       Martin, Jeanne, May 1996
59       Martin, Jeanne, Email
60       Maumee Valley Heritage Corridor Advisory
24 1       Mbugia, Dr. Tata J.
2       McLaren, Jalna
3       Mora, Victor
4       N, Miscellaneous
5       Neal, Kenneth
6       Neighbors in Partnership
7       Novel, Sur G.
8      O, Miscellaneous
9      O’Bien, Colleen
10      ODVN Ohio Domestic Violence Network
11      P, Miscellaneous
12      R, Miscellaneous
13      Reese, Michael
14      S, Miscellaneous
15      Sattler, Kathy and Matt
16      Save A Baby
17      Savage, Rev. H. G.
18      Schaal, Pamela
19      Schurk, Lenny
20      Smith, Rita
21      Szollosi, Frank
22      Swin, Joyce
23      T, Miscellaneous
24      Toledo Elderly Homeless
25      Toledo Family Health Center
26      Townsend, Sandra
27      U, Miscellaneous
28      University of Toledo Sexual Assault and Education Program
29      V, Miscellaneous
30      Vasquez, Herman A.
31      Van Landingham
32      Villa West Nursing Home
33      W,X,Y, Miscellaneous
34      WGTE TV and Radio
35      Wilson, Mary
48 1      Women’s Hall of Fame Nominations
2      Anderson, Ronald
3      English, Ronald R., Sgt.
4      Fuller, Delphine (H.B. 484 & H.B. 254)
5      “F” Constituents
6      “G” Constituents
7       Gorajewski, Dennis
8       “H” Constituents
9       Hanan, C.J.
10       Harris, William H.
11       Horner, Fred
12      “I” Constituents
13      “J” Constituents
14      “K” Constituents
15      Kaltenbach, Robert
16      Kirk, Cindy
17      “L” Constituents
18      “M” Constituents
19      Monica, Michael, II
20      Mougey, Patricia, F.
21      “N” Constituents
53      “O” Constituents
54      Ohio Legislative Service Commission, 1987-1989
50 2      Ohio Legislative Service Commission, 1990-1991
3      Ohio Legislative Service Commission, 1992-1995
4      Ohio Legislative Service Commission, 1996-1999
5      Ohio Legislative Service Commission, 2000-2002
6      Northwest Ohio Delegation Meetings, 1999
7      City of Toledo-Office of Affirmative Action/Contract Compliance,
1998-1999
51 4      Robinson, Robert-UT Trustee Position, 2000
5      Recommendations & Nominations
12      Old Constituents-Miscellaneous, 1998-1999
20      Budget Requests-Constituents     
52 37      PUCO-Telephone Calls, Letters, 2001
10      Charter School 4% Increase-Budget
11      Funding Cap-Budget, 2001     
56 1      Correspondence-NCSL-AFI, 1997-98-Educ., Labor, Trade
2      Vocational, Tech Prep & Career Education/Miscellaneous
4      “A” Constituents
5      Avery, Jean, 1996-98
6      “B” Constituents (Folder 1)
7      “B” Constituents (Folder 2)
8      Baker, Barbara J., 2000
9      Baringer, Gene, 1997
10      Behan, Kenneth C., 1998
11      Bishop, Bonnie, 1999
12      Blaze, II,  Joseph, 1999
13      Boaden, Karen, 1999-2000
14      Bower, Ralna L., 1999
15      Brown, Jerry, 1998-99
16      Brown, Thomas, 1994-97
17      Brown-Foster, Jacqueline, 1998
18      Bruce, Jim, 1998-2000
19      Buschmann, Daneen, 1997-1999
20      Butch, Ethel, 1998-99
21      “C” Constituents (Folder 1)
22      “C” Constituents (Folder 2)
23      Carmona, Jr., Luciano, 1996-1999
24      Chapple, Joyce, 1998-2000
25      Crawford, Johey, 1999-2000
26      Cyrus, James, 2000-01
27      “D” Constituents (Folder 1)
28      “D” Constituents (Folder 2)
29       Davis, Maxine, 2001-2003
57 1       Toledo Warehouse District Association
18       Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1999-2001
58 1       Dennis, III, Edward   
2       “E” Constituents
3       “F” Constituents
4     Fritz, Robbin
5     “G” Constituents
6     Gibbs, Nancy
7     “H” Constituents (Folder 1)
8     “H” Constituents (Folder 2)
9      Hauff, Cindy, 2000
10     “J’ Constituents
11     “K” Constituents
12     “L” Constituents
13     “M” Constituents
14     “N” Constituents
15     “P” Constituents
16      Rabbitt, Gary T. & H.B. 450 (Purchase Military Credit)
17     “R” Constituents
18      Ranck, Steven
19      Randall, Ronald R.
20      Randleman, Dean
21      Reed, Jimmy
22      Roberts, Michael J.
23      “S” Constituents (Folder 1)
24      “S” Constituents (Folder 2)
40 4      Sabin, Darrel B.
5      Schut, Dini
12      Scoomaker, Judith/Drug Samples
20      Storey, Todd
34      Thomas, Doris
37      “T” Constituents
10      Tersigna, Mike-ORC 5104.32/Restricting Reimbursable Child-Care
11 Center Absences
13 46      “V” Constituents
46      “W” Constituents
36       “W” and “X” Constituents
37       “Y” and “Z” Constituents
38       Library Funding (LLGSF)
64 5       “J” Constituents
6       “K” Constituents
7       “L” Constituents
8       “M” Constituents
9       “N” Constituents
10       “P” & “Q” Constituents
11     “R” Constituents
12     “S” Constituents
13     “T” Constituents
14     “W” Constituents
16      Foster, Theresa
20     “D” Constituents
21     “E” Constituents
22     “F” Constituents
23     “G” Constituents
24      Pierson, Brian, 1999-2000
65 25      Secor Armory, 1997-1999
63 4      ODJFS Office Closings, Correspondence
39      Library Issue –Budget, 2002-2003
S17. COMMUNITY GROUP AWARDS 
24 36      Governor’s Workforce Excellence Awards   
37       Frank Annunzio Award
38       Conrad Hilton’s Humanitarian Prize
39       Woman Alive
40       Volunteer of the Year
41       Ohioan Award
42       Governor’s Excellence in Worker’s Compensation Award
43       Outstanding Senior Volunteer Award
44        Sara Lee Frontrunner Award
45        All State Safety Leadership Award
46        Ohio Distinguished Law Enforcement Service Award, Valor
47        Ohio Veterans Hall of Fame
48        Arts Access Awards
49        Toledo Civic Hall of Fame
50        Alcohol and Drug Addiction Service Award
51        YWCA Milestones
52        Governor’s Award for the Arts
53        Robert Wood Johnson Community Health Leaders
54        Sylvania Academic Hall of Fame
55        Ohio Senior Citizen Hall of Fame
49 18        Ohioana Awards-Statewide 2001-2002
19        Milestones/YWCA-Toledo, 2000-2001
26        Martin Nagy-Nomination for Arts Award, 2001
27        Awards, 1998-2001
S18. COMMUNITY GROUPS
24 56        AARP American Association of Retired People
57        ABLE, Advocated for Basic Legal Equality
58        ANDREW, America’s Nightmare Due to lack of Respect and Education of Weapons
59        Asian American Concerns, Toledo Public Schools
60        ADAS, Addiction and Alcohol Services
61        Cherry Bancroft Summit Corridors
62        Coalition Against Gun Violence
63        Coalition for Quality Education
64        Double ARC, Applied Research and Collaboration for At-Risk Children
65        East Toledo Family Center
66        Education Excellence
67        Goodwill Industries
68        AAUW Interactive Committee
69        Jewish Federation
70        Lucas County Family Council
71        Lucas County Human Services Plan
72        Toledo-Lucas County Public Library
73        North Toledo Area Corporation
74        Neighborhood Block Watch Committee
75        Neighborhood Health Association of Toledo
76        Neighborhood Improvement Foundation of Toledo Inc. (NIFTI)
77        Multiple Sclerosis Society
78        Ottawa Coalition
79        PFLAG, Parents & Friend of Lesbians And Gays  
80        Planned Parenthood of Northwest Ohio
81        Public Children Services Associates of Ohio
82        Read for Literacy
83        Safe Kids – Safe Streets
84        School Nurse Program, Toledo
85        Senior Centers
86        Special Needs Daycare
87        St. Vincent Medical Center
88        Sunshine Center
89        Toledo Federation of Teachers      
90        Toledo Hospital
91        Toledo Public Schools SAT Committee
92        Valentine Theater
93        Youth Family Court
94        Ohio Weekly Lawyers Column
40 17        Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP)
26        Aurora Gonzalez Community Center Funding
28        Ohio Coalition Against Gun Violence
42 6        Ohio Empowerment Coalition
7        Ohio Protection and Advocacy Association
S19. OHIO DEMOCRATIC PARTY
24 96        Roster and Bylaws
97        Platform, Annual Reports
98        Women’s Project
99        National Democratic Platform, 1994
S20. NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF STATE  LEGISLATURES
Annual Meetings
25 1       Annual Meeting, New Orleans 1994
2       Annual Meeting, Milwaukee, 1995
3       Annual Meeting, 1996 (1 of 2)
4       Annual Meeting, 1996 (2 of 2)
Assembly on Federal Issues
5       AFI Meeting, May 1996
6       AFI Meeting, Officers Directory, 1996 
7       AFI Meeting, Education, Labor and Job Training, December 1996
8       AFI Meeting, Education, Labor and Job Training, May 1997
9       AFI Meeting, Education, Labor and Job Training, Fall 1997
10       AFI Meeting, Education, Labor and Job Training, Chair 1996-1997
11      AFI Meeting, Qui, Shengyun, Counsel General to People’s Republic of China
12      AFI Meeting, Education, Labor and Job Training, April 1998
Assembly on State Issues
13      ASI Meeting, November 1994
14      ASI Meeting, Labor and Economic Development Committee, 1995
15      ASI Meeting, May 1996
16 Miscellaneous
17      National Alliance of Business, Skill Standards
18      Urban and Rural Demonstration Projects
19      STW, Labor Laws
20      STW Federal Study, State Funding Policies 
     Legislative Oversight of Federal Funds, Legislative Finance Paper
45 25      National Council of State Legislators, 1997-2000
26      National Council of State Legislators, Winter 1998
27      National Conference of State Legislators, Annual Meeting 1998
28      National Council of State Legislators (FUTA), Las Vegas, July 1998
29      National Council of State Legislators (FUTA), April 1998
     
S21. FUNDRAISING
21      Breakfast at Mario’s International, 1987-1990
22      Breakfast at Mario’s International, 1993
23      Galleria Tavern Fundraiser, 1993
24      Breakfast Fundraiser, 1995
25      Columbus, 1996-1997
26      Legislative Breakfast Reception, Hyatt on Capitol Square, 1996
27      Democratic Women’s Campaign Association, Packet, 1982-1984
28      Ohio Democratic Women’s PAC, 1991-1993
29      The Hope Chest
30      Emily’s List
31      1991 Event Evaluation
15      Hyatt on Regency Square, menu’s
16      Annual Buffet Breakfast for Senator Furney
38 17      Fundraising, miscellaneous file
S22. CAMPAIGN
25 32      1990 Campaign Report
33      1991 Campaign Report
34      1992 Campaign Report
35      1994 Campaign Report
36      Miscellaneous Materials, Issues
37      Re-election File, Issues
38      John Garcia Race, Ohio Teachers
26 1      Federated Democratic Women of Ohio
2      Democratic Women Legislative Leaders
3      Fundraiser Lists
4      Fundraiser Thank You’s
5      Carla Davis, Campaign Treasurer (1 of 3)
6      Carla Davis, Campaign Treasurer (2 of 3) 
7      Carla Davis, Campaign Treasurer (3 of 3)
8      Norm Clark, Campaign Treasurer (1 of 2)
9      Norm Clark, Campaign Treasurer (2 of 2)
38 16      Treasurer, Furney Committee       
S23. MEDIA
26 10      Speeches (1 of 2)
11      Speeches (2 of 2)
12      Press Releases, Columns, 1990 (1 of 2)
13      Press Releases, Columns, 1990 (2 of 2)
14      Press Releases, Columns, 1991
15      Press Listings, Press Coverage 1996 (1 of 2)
16      Press Listings, Press Coverage 1996 (2 of 2)
17      Press Listings, Press Coverage 1997 (1 of 2)
18      Press Listings, Press Coverage 1997 (2 of 2)
19      Advertisements
20      Biography, Resume
21      Swearing In Ceremony January 3, 1995
22      Oath of Office 1995
40 2      Media Coverage Book, 1998
44 1      Clerk’s Race, Articles
64 15      Media Coverage/123rd General Assembly, 1999
65 40      Lucas County Taxation Rates (Tol. Blade 1-21-98)
S24. ISSUES
27 1      Autism Center
2      Budget, News Articles
3      Budget, Family Planning
4      Budget, School Net
5      Casino Gambling, Issue One, Correspondence
6      Casino Gambling, Issue One, Articles
7      Central State
8      Charter Schools
9      Child Care
10      Cleveland City Schools
11      Corporate Welfare
12      Corporal Punishment, Spank Out Day
13      Crime Issues, CSI Capital Budget Review
14      Deadbeat Parents
15      DeRolph
16      DeRolph, Decision (1 of 2)
17      DeRolph, Decision (2 of 2)
18      DeRolph, Articles, Leigh Herington
19      Education Reform, Brief
20       Food Stamps
21      Gender Bias, Establishing a Task Force
22      Mammograms
23      Maumee Bay State Park
24      MegaFarms, Hog Bill
25      MegaFarms, Hog Bill, Media
26      Million Man March, "Let the Healing Begin"
27      Ohio Board of Regents
28      Ohio Department of Human Services
29      Ohio Public Libraries Information Network (OPLIN), Materials
30      OPLIN, State Library Board Senate Finance and Financial Institutions
31      OPLIN, Testimony
32      OPLIN, Response
33      Ohio School Funding
34      Owen, Donna
35      Prevailing Wage
36      Proficiency Tests
37      School Nurse
38      School Standards
39      Take Your Daughters to Work
40      Tax Increases
41      Teen Pregnancy
42      Toledo Tech
43      Trauma
44      Voucher
45      Welfare 
46      Welfare Reform, Domestic Violence
36 15      Workforce Development
16        E-Rate Universal Discount for Schools and Libraries
17      Teacher Professional Development, taskforce
18      Coalition for Equity and Advocacy
19      Crime Issues, CSI capital budget review
20      Holy Trinity Church Restoration
21      Quarry Pond, Lucas County Soil and Water Conservation District
22      Lighthouse, Toledo
23      Bay View Armory
24      Toledo Port, Board of Trade
25       Commodore Perry    
41 5      Abortion 
6     Beryllium
7      Blood Alcohol Level
8      Carrying Concealed Weapons (CCW)
9      Living Wage
10      Liquor Issues
11      HIV/AIDS in Ohio
12      Tort Reform
13     Prescription Drug Program
14     Minority Health
15     Veterans Home Network Committee
16     Ohio Courts Futures Commission
17     Women’s Health
11     Ohio Citizen Action
13     Reapportionment, 2001
15     Re-districting, 1999
18     Stem Cell Research
44 7   Bond Issue #1 (Folder 1)
8   Bond Issue #1 (Folder 2)
13   Bond Issue #1, Scrap Tire Remediation
45 7   Smoking Ban – Toledo
51 13   Tobacco Legislation, 1990-1996
60 10   Adult & Child Care Tax Credit, 1998
15   Housing Tax Credit, 1997
18   Ruvolo-Gas Tax, 1997-1998
21   Mail Order Prescriptions, Frank Lehnert/Bayview Pharmacy, 1997-1998
73   Concealed Weapons Legislation
  
    S25. BUDGET
28 1      ODHS/ABLE, Line Item
2      LBO 658, Education Amendment, Toledo Public Schools, International Studies Center
3      HB 117, Educational Amendment, School Conflict Management
4      HB 117, State Board of Trustees
5      HB 117, Department of Development, Edison Centers
6      HB 117, Mental Health Bill
7      Ohio Rehabilitation Center Commission, The Ability Center
10      Caucus Budget Requests, 1996
40 11      State of Ohio, Summary of State Capital appropriations for FY 1997-1998
12      Capital Budget, miscellaneous
13      Capital Budget, Summary 
14      Budget, Press
18      State Spending by County, FY 1991-1995
16      State Spending by County, FY 1993-1996
     Budget Issues
42 8      Senate Economic Development, Technology & Aerospace Committee
25      State Budget, FY 2000-2001 (Caucus)
29      Budget Requests, 2002-2003
30      English as a Second Language-Budget
31      Budget Concerns-Non Constituents, 2001
83      LOEO – 122nd General Assembly/Biennial Budget Information
45 22      Controlling Board, Ohio Budget Office
30      Senate Salaries (Senator Butts), Correspondence and Records
31      Salary Printouts, Senate Staff
51 21      Nursing Home/Medicaid Cuts, 2001
6      County Commissioners’ Association of Ohio-Budget
7      Veto Items-Budget, 2002-2003 (Operating)
12       Higher Education-Budget, 2002-2003
13       School Funding, 2001
17       Taft Budget/Tax Proposal, 2001
19       Video Lottery Budget, 2001
27       Parity Aid, 2001
29       Budget Tax Changes, 1999
30       School Funding-Bond Rating, 1998
33       School Funding-Summary of 1/7/98 and 11/7/97 Meetings
34       Budget, FY 2000-01
36       Budget, FY 2002-03
5       Funding Cap, 2000
57 2       Capital Budget, 1998
3       Capital Budget, 1998-Other Requests/Toledo and Other Areas, 
1991-98
5       Toledo Jewish Community Center, Sylvania-Renovation of Teen
House at the JCC, 1998
6       New Visitor’s Center near OH/MI Border, 1998
7       Grace Community Center, Inc.-Expansion of Center for Community
Services, 1997-98
8       Valentine Theater Renovation Project, 1997-2000
9        Capital Budget-1998/Toledo White Paper, Individual Concerns, etc.
10        White Paper-Regional Growth Partnership, 1999-2000
12 Capital Budget 2000/White Paper for Toledo, 1999-2000
15         Capital Budget Requests, 1999-2000
16         Capital Budget Request, Compass Corporation for Recovery Services, 2000
17         Capital Budget Request, Lucas County Correctional Treatment 
43
18         Capital Budget, FY 2001-2002
9         Alzheimer Respite Line Items Increases
10         Correctional Facilities, Budget 2002-03
63 11         ODH Hemophilia Advisory Council Budget, 2002-2003
12         Cleveland Scholarship Program Budget, 2002-2003
13         Conservation Action Project (CAP), Budget, 2002-2003
14         Professional Development & Recruitment, Budget 2002-2003
15         Safe Needle Implementation, Budget 2002-2003
16         Arthritis Care and Education, Budget 2002-2003
17         Planned Parenthood, Budget
18         Ohio Association of 2nd Harvest Foodbanks, Budget 2002-2003
19         Ohio Alliance of Boys & Girls Clubs (OABGC), Budget 2002-2003
23         State and Local Government Commission, Budget 2002-2003
24         EPA, Budget Questions
25         Ohio Dept. of Mental Health, Budget Cuts
26         Press Releases, Budget 2002-2003
27         News Articles, Budget
28         Press/Ideas for Budget, 2002-2003
29         Press/Media for Budget, 2002-2003
30         Planned Parenthood, Budget 2002-2003
31         Zoo Consortium, Budget 2002-2003
32         Adult Literacy, Budget 2002-2003
33         Jobs for Ohio Graduates, Budget, 2002-2003
34         Areawide Water Quality Funding for State, FY 2002-2003
35         Buckeye Science & Engineering Fair, Budget 2002-2003
37         Dept. of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Budget, 2002-2003
40         Nursing Homes, Medicaid Budget Issues
41         MR/DD, Jeff David (Budget)
42      Mental Health, Budget 2002-2003
43      Public Transit, Budget 2002-2003
44      Toledo Technology Academy, Budget 2002-2003
45      STARS/Office of Aging, Budget 2002-2003
46      Technology Programs, Budget 2002-2003
47      Ohio Housing TANF Funds, Budget 2002-2003
48      Adult Emergency Assistance Program, Budget 2002-2003
49      Ohio Coal Development Office, Budget 2002-2003
50      911 Systems, Budget 2002-2003
51      Ohio Arts Council, Budget 2002-2003
52      Cancer Treatment, Budget
65 1      Hunting and Fishing Licenses, Budget 2002-2003
2      Operating Budget Requests, 2002-2003
3      Governor’s Budget Response and Blue Book
5      ODJFS Office Closings, Budget
10      Memos/Budget Keys, 1999
23      ODMH Budget Issue, 2002-2003
29      Ohio Budgetary Financial Report, 1999
31      Property Tax Relief, LBO Memo/Rollback vs. Flat Credit, 1998
37      DPIA, Conditional Support, 1998
42      Budget Stabilization Fund to Budget Reserve Fund, 1997
39      Phantom Revenue, 1997
44      Expenditure Flow Model Summary, FY ‘96/97
     Revenue Estimates for Inventory Tax & H.B. 920 Effects on
         Business Property, 1997
     
28 15 S26. OHIO DEPARTMENT OF DEVELOPMENT
16     DOD, "Investing in Ohio's Communities"
17     DOD, Economically Disadvantaged Areas
18     DOD, Budget 1997, Ohio housing Trust Fund
19     DOD, Budget, Line 431
20     DOD, Correspondence
21     DOD, Information
22     DOD, Senate Finance and Financial Institutions Committee, 1997
23     DOD, Cable Telephony-National Cable & Telecommunications
24        Association, 2001
25     DOD, Cable Industry
51 19     DOD, Budget, 2002-2003
    
S27. MISCELLANEOUS
41 26     Governor's State of the State 1996
27     Governor's State of the State 1997
28     Governor's State of the State 1998
29     OBES, Senate Finance and Financial Institutions Committee Meeting
30     OBES, Senate Finance and Financial Institutions Committee, Info
31     OBES, Senate Finance and Financial Institutions Committee, 
32 Correspondence
27     Senate Finance and Financial Institutions Committee Minutes
28     The Ohio Senate Finance Committee, 1997 (1 of 2)
29     The Ohio Senate Finance Committee, 1997 (1 of 2)
30     Joint Legislative Committee on Federal Funds, Block Grants
31     Joint Federal Fund Committee, Hearing August 18, 1998
32     Ohio Legislative Service Commission, Meeting, 1997
28 19     SRJ Scholarship Financial Bonds
20     Appointment Book 1995
33     Appointment Book 1996
34     Appointment Book 1997
21     Canfield Fair Renovation
22     ODOT Day, 1996
23     Union Matter, Pro-Tec Coatings Company, Leipsic, Ohio
24     Laborer’s Council, Carpenters, Leipsic
25     Carpenters, Pro-Tec
26     Telecommunications, Tax
27     Telecommunications, access fees
28     Toledo Police, Legislation
29     Archives, Senate member information
30     Archives, House member information, 116th-123rd General Assembly
31     Digest of Enactments, 1997, 123rd General Assembly (1997-1998)
32     Digest of Enactments, 1998, 123rd General Assembly (1997-1998)
33     U.S. Census-2000
34     E-Commerce
35     211 OHIO
41 1     Goldman, Stephan L. – Biotech Project
2     Hemp Products
7     Safe Storage of Guns
8     Staff-Patient Ratio and Nursing Homes
14     Legislative History-Ohio
22     Highway Patrol and Construction Zones
29     Individual Development Accounts (IDA’s)
2     Twilight Sleep/Conscious Sedation (Dental Care)
3     Deregulation Notes
4     Y2K
10     SBC/Ameritech Merger
42 2     Prisons
9     Supreme Court of Ohio Summary
10     Mayor Finkbeiner – Building Move, 1999
14     Bottled Water, Columbus Senate Building, 2000
16    Ohio Motor Vehicle Dealers Board
17    Ohio Dept. of Public Safety Reports
18     Ohio Police and Fire Pension Board
19    Ohio Lottery Commission
27    Ohio Insurance Institute Report
32    Lucas County Sheriff’s Office
33    Johnson, I.J. – Group Home Operators
34    Bureau of Workers Compensation, 2000-2002
38 17    State Dept. – Liquor Control
18    Ohio Retirement Study Council, 1995-2000
19    Ohio Retirement Study Council, 2001-2002
23    Ohio United Way
24    State and Local Government Commission, 2001
43 1    Records Retention Policy
2    Ohio’s Ameri-I-Can Program- Evaluation
2    Miscellaneous Notices, Minutes and Correspondence (LOEO)
44 3    Women’s Leadership Institute
4    Patsy Scott (Termination), University of Toledo
10    Linda J. Furney, Personal Resume
12    Day Care Licensing
14    123rd General Assembly Overview, 1999
6    Bowman Park Improvements
6    LaGrange Street Articles
45 9    Health Strategies Trauma Centers
10    Toledo Correctional Facility, 2000
11    Ohio Arts Council, Lake Erie West
12    Area Code, Toledo
13    Fallen Timbers Battlefield
14    Hospital Wars
15    Toledo Raceway Park
16    Toledo Autolite Cleanup
17    Human Services, Lucas County Board of Mental Retardation
18    UT Archives, Canaday Center
4    State of the State Addresses (Taft), 1999-2002
23    State of the State Addresses (Celeste), 1987-89
24    Ohio Community Development Finance Fund
46 1    Thanksgiving
2    Family Violence Option, Federal Legislation
3    Domestic Violence, Reports and Articles
4    Family Violence Option, Furney Legislation
5    WIC, Elimination of Home Delivery
6    Women in Prison, Articles
7    Women in Prison, Legislator Information
8    Women in Prison, Ohio Reformatory for Women
9     Women in Prison Project
11     Ohio Dept. of Rehabilitation and Correction
12     Bake Sale, 2002
14     Ohio Domestic Violence Network and Domestic Violence Shelters
15    Controlling Board for Child Support, Bank One
16    Top 25 Paying Boards and Commissions
17    NW Ohio Ombudsman Program, Nursing Homes
18    Funerals for the Poor
19    Family Planning Funds
20    Ohio Women, Miscellaneous
21    Legal Article, UT Law Review
22    Ohio Civil Service Committee (Folder 1)
22    Ohio Civil Service Committee (Folder 2)
47 1    101.70 to 101.90, Record Keeping and Reporting (Ohio Lobbying Law)
2    1913 Ohio Lobbying Law (H.B. 69)
3    1976 Ohio Lobbying Law (H.B. 313)
4     Legal Article, Drafts
5     Legal Article, Brooks’ Work
6     1991 Ohio Lobbying Law (H.B. 174)
7     1994 Ohio Lobbying Law (H.B. 492)
8     1990 Ohio Lobbying Law (H.B. 538)
44 40     Boards—Trustees, 1996-1998
41     Amanda Watson, Senator Furney’s Office, 1995-1996
42     Liz Pierson, 1997-1998
43     Betty Amison, 1997-1998
44     Nominations-Future Prospects, 1996-2000
45     Naomi Twining-Potential Nominee, 1999-2001
47 21     Tobacco Settlement Money/Proposal-Democratic Budget Principles
15     Citizens For/Against Fifty Cent Increase in Cigarette Tax    
45 16     Project Thaw
51 6     Indian Intertribal Association
7     Ohio Housing Trust Fund Statute
14     Toledo Chamber of Commerce
15     Toledo Mayor Debriefing-Urban Issues
21     Staff Meetings Minutes, 1999-2001
22     System Study Subcommittee, 2000-2001
24     Ohio Bicentennial Book-“200 Years, 200 Women”-Recommendations
25     Ohio Women’s Hall of Fame Nominations/DeLeon, Furney, O’Dell,   
         Jensen
26     Ohio Senior Citizen Hall of Fame/Naomi Twining
27     Recommendations and Nominations, 2000
28     Recommendations and Nominations, 2001
29     ABA Commission on Women in the Profession-Margaret Brent
         Women Lawyers of Achievement Award
30     Kellogg’s Hannah Neil World of Children Award
31     Women’s Health Month
32     Ohio Civil Rights Commission Service Award
33     University of Toledo-Recommendations, 2001
34     Boyer, Anita L., 2001
35     Ellen Black-State Library Board, 2000
53 36     Toledo Attic Nomination, 2000
31     Daycare Licensing
55 32     Ohio Lobbying – Miscellaneous (Folder 1)
41     Ohio Lobbying – Miscellaneous (Folder 2)
48     ODJFS/Action Teams-Communications, Facilities, Fiscal Action,
49           Human Resources
50     ODJFS-Legislative/Legal Action Team
51     ODJFS-Guidance Team Meeting
47 7     Ohio One-Stop Career Center Systems, 1995-1998
8     Ohio Bureau of Employment Services-Exec. Budget, FY2000-01
15     Ohio Dept. of Job and Services-Budget, Exec Proposal, FY 2000-01
13     Gov. Taft-State of the State Address, 1999
7     OBES-Organization and Programs, 1998-1999
57 4     Common Space Center for Creativity, Jerry Reed Auditorium
11     Ohio Plant Biotechnology Consortium, 1997-99
13     Mud Hens Stadium, 1999-2000
14     Chamber of Commerce-White Paper Steering Committee, 2001
57 23     Democratic National Committee Meeting, 1993-2000
28     Ohio Government Directories, 1991-2002
29     Directories (Various)-Senate & House of Representatives
60 4     Women’s Commission, State Budget Study
5     Women’s Commission, “Making a Difference” Committee
6     Women’s Commission, Leadership Meetings, Working Papers
7     Women’s Commission, Statewide Women’s Organization Meeting
8     Women’s Commission Budget, 2000-2001
9     Women’s Commission Committee Descriptions/Members
10     Women’s Commission ‘Passion’: Pay Equity
11     Women’s Commission Board/Staff Functions/Board Training
12     Women’s Commission Status of Women in Ohio, 2000
13     Women’s Commission Center for Women’s Policy Studies
14     Women’s Commission Leadership Institute
15     Women’s Commission, “Making a Difference”, 2000
     Women’s Commission, Primer for “Making a Difference,” 2000
16 (Folder 1)
     Women’s Commission, Primer for “Making a Difference,” 2000
17 (Folder 2)
     Women’s Commission, Primer for “Making a Difference,” 2000
18 (Folder 3)
19       Women’s Commission, Commission’s Retreat
20        Women’s Policy and Research Commission, Public Hearing
21       Women’s Commission, Legislative Breakfast
22        Women’s Commission, Call Summaries
23        Women’s Commission, Goals and Suggestions
24        Women’s Commission, Monthly Meeting Reports
25        Women’s Commission, Executive Committee Minutes
26        Women’s Commission, Financial Reports, 1999
27        Women’s Commission, Full Commission Minutes, 1999
28    Women’s Commission, Strategic Planning Proposals
29    Women’s Commission, RFP’s Not Selected
30    Women’s Commission Sunset Review
31    Women’s Commission, CEDAW
32    Women’s Commission, Florida Commission Calendar
33    Women’s Commission, Annual Report, 1999
34    Women’s Commission Meeting, 2000
35    Women’s Commission Executive Committee, 2000
36    Women’s Commission Staff Responsibilities
37    Women’s Commission Salaries/Pay Raises
38    Women’s Commission Meeting, Mailings
39    Women’s Commission, Monthly Meeting Report, 2000
40    Women’s Commission, Call Summary, 2000
41    Women’s Commission, Statewide Women’s Organizations Meeting,2000
42    Women’s Commission, Ohio Women’s Commission Budget FY ‘02-03
   Women’s Commission, Leader’s Institute Policy and Research
43 Committee, 1998 (Folder 1)
    Women’s Commission, Leader’s Institute Policy and Research
44 Committee, 1998 (Folder 2)
45     Women’s Commission Leadership Institute-Women’s Institute Research Commission, 2000
46     Women’s Commission, 2000 Agenda
47     Women’s Commission NACW Conference
48     Women’s Commission, Appointments to Commission
49     Women’s Commission Calendar, 2000
    Women’s Commission Correspondence, Sally F. Bulford, 2000
50     Women’s Commission, Rosters
51     Women’s Commission, Bicentennial Commission
52     Women’s Commission, Annual Report, 1997-98
    Women’s Commission, Women’s Policy and Research Commission
53 Meeting Dates, 1999-2000
54     Women’s Commission, Boards of Commission Committee Reports
55     Women’s Commission Health Committee
56     Women’s Commission, OWPRC Interagency Council
    Women’s Commission, Ohio Women Education & Legal Assistant
57 Coalition Meeting Notes, 1999-2000
58      Women’s Commission, Ohio Women’s Fund
59      Women’s Commission Budget, 2002-2003
60 2      Women’s Commission Budget, 2001-2002
3      Women’s Commission Website, 2000
4      Women’s Commission Draft: Resource Utilization Study
5      Women’s Commission, Staff
7      Innovations, 1996-1998
8      Possible Legislation, 1996-1997
9    Peer Jury Summary
11    In-Country Vendor Legislation, 1998
13    Motor Vehicle Dealer’s Board & New Car Sales Tax, 1998
14    Potential Legislation, 1997
17    Juvenile Driver Education Program, 1998
19    Tax Breaks-Economic Development, 1996-1997
20    Micro-Enterprise, 1997
22    Tuition Vouchers/Reimbursement-State Employees, 1998
23    Pesticide Notification, 1997-1998
24    Miscellaneous Items
25    Graffiti & Driver’s License Privileges, 1996-1998
26    Newsletter Stuff, 2001-2002
27    Newsletters, 2001
28    Opinion Maker Information, 1991-1992
29    Staff Meeting Notes, 1995-1997
51 30    Staff Meetings-Information, 1997-1998
60 17    Staff Meetings, 1999-2001
33    Newsletters, 2000
64 6    Newsletters, 1998-1999
7    Summer Newsletters, 1996
9    Newsletter Ideas & Topics
4    ABJ Questionnaire & Caucus Response
29    Child Support (Ohio Dept. of Jobs & Family Services) 2000-2001
65 6    Ohio Coalition for Adult Protective Services (OCAPS) Preservation 
7    Adult Protective Services-Facts/Figures, 1999-2002
9    Press Coverage/123rd General Assembly, 1999-2000
  21    Veterans Home, 1999-2000
28    Older Ohioans
66 1    OBES Office Closings
2    Maumee Youth Center Closing (DYS)
3    Lottery-Education, Budget, 2001
4    Augenblick Model Distribution, FY 1996
51 9    Highway & Transportation Committee, 1999-2000
S28. TRANSPORTATION
Ohio Turnpike Commission
29 1      Ohio Turnpike Commission
2      Ohio Turnpike Commission, Toll Increase
3      Ohio Turnpike Commission, Toll Increase: SB 7 from 118th GA
4      Ohio Turnpike Commission, Toll Increase, Correspondence
5      Ohio Turnpike Commission, Toll Increase, Press Releases
6      Ohio Turnpike Commission, Toll Increase, Articles
7      Ohio Turnpike Commission, Construction
20      Ohio Turnpike Commission, 1999-2001
Railroad
45 9      Railroad, Ohio Railway Development Committee
10      Railroad, Ohio High Speed Rail Authority
11      Railroad, Crossing Safety
12      Railroad, Crossing Safety, Buckeye Crossbuck Program
13      Railroad, Crossing Safety, Federal Act
14      Railroad, Crossing Safety, Federal Act, Correspondence
15      Railroad, Crossing Safety, Klostermerier Fatality
16      Railroad, Crossing Safety, Ohio Fatality Statistics
17      Railroad, Crossing Safety, Operation Life Saver
18      Railroad, Crossing Safety, Supplemental Assistance
19      Railroad, Crossing Safety, Twp. Rd. 4, Correspondence
     
Toledo
20      Toledo, Northwest Ohio Delegation-Cooperative Project
21      Toledo, Metro Toledo Transportation Task Force (1 of 2)
22      Toledo, Metro Toledo Transportation Task Force (2 of 2)
23      Toledo, I-73, I-74 Committee
24      Toledo, Buckeye-Basin-Greenbelt Parkway
25      Toledo, Fort to Port, US 24 Improvement
26      Misc, Transportation Improvement Districts
4      Railroad Issues-Toledo/Northwest Ohio
9      U.S. Route 24 (Fort to Port) - Proposed Improvements
42 10      Norfolk-Southern Beltway
11      Rail Grade Separation
1      Transportation Review Advisory Committee (TRAC)
3      Ohio Dept. of Transportation Reports, 2001
4      Ohio Dept. of Transportation-FY  2000 Construction Projects    
42 5      Joint Transportation Meeting-CSX/Conrail Merger, 1999-2000
11     Ohio Gas Tax, 1995-1997
18     Maumee River Crossing
19     Railroad Crossings-Ohio, 1999
25     I-75 Visitor Center/Restop, 1990-1993
26     Rails-to-Trails, 1992-1994
27     Toledo Signs in Columbus, 1994
28     Summit Street Entrance, I-280, 1998