"The downside is, when we get these short, quick answers and proposals on a subject that's incredibly complex," Dove said.
A Plain Dealer columnist writes
As public employees, we are the nurses, teachers, firefighters, librarians, cops and first responders who provide critical services every day for our fellow Ohioans. We are not to blame for the current financial crisis, but we are willing to do our part to fix this broken economy.
The Dispatch goes on to provide some limited coverage of the radical plan to privatize Ohio Schools
Under Kasich's plan, tuition vouchers - 28,000 this year and 56,000 in 2013 - would be available to students in schools ranked in academic watch or academic emergency for two of the previous three years. That would be about 200 schools this year.
An article discusses where the current attar of play is with S.B.5. It's clear that the Republicans in the House are having some problems crafting a bill that can garner the votes needed
House Speaker William G. Batchelder, R-Medina, said last week that there are a great number of potential amendments to the bill.
The pressure of rallies all across the state, like this one in Newark on Saturday is clearly having an effect.