This is an enormously reckless, dangerous, unnecessary, ineffective and an outraged. On Wednesday The Ohio Senate approved a bill that will eliminate state departments and agencies operating under the governor unless the legislature votes to keep them.
Subsequently, every two years, under the bill, the General Assembly will review half of the state’s agencies and departments and evaluate their effectiveness and performance. The departments of Transportation, Taxation and 23 others would have to make the case for their continued existence. Departments will expire unless renewed by passing a bill, with some time allotted for phase out.
On Monday, October 17th, 2016, Hamilton County Prosecuting Attorney Joseph T. Deters in a press release announced Hamilton County Court of Common Pleas Judge Megan Shanahan sentenced Glen Bates Whose date of birth is June 27th, 1982 to the death penalty for killing his 2-hear-old daughter.
Andrea Bradley whose date of birth is September 24th, 1984 and Glen Bates were charged with the murder of their two-year-old daughter, Glenara Bates.
Approximately 2 years after the estimated $80 million construction interchange to join I-71 and Martin Luther King Drive, today during the Transportation Improvement District Meeting with Hamilton County Commissioners, it was announced that in about a month or two, the Interstate 71 at Martin Luther King Jr. Drive is on scheduled to open one ramp directing traffic north to the 71 Interstate.
This corridor is designed to reduce traffic and travel time mostly for those working in the vicinity of the University of Cincinnati, hospitals and the zoo. Quite simply this is nothing more than a way-finding to promote economic vitality for CDC. Continue reading “And the Beat Goes On”
The thought(s), the idea(s), the presupposition(s) and the concept(s) of charter schools of charter school is nothing new. These concerns has been in the pipeline in the United States and originated in 1974 by Ray Budde, a professor at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
According to Dr.Jonathan Mermin, director of the National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention for the CDC. The number of people that are being infected by three major sexually transmitted diseases is at an all-time high.
The lamentation of the people is; they are literary being taxed out of their homes. Here comes Mary Ronan with another newly proposed property tax levy for Cincinnati Public Schools (CPS) in the amount of 7.93 mills for a period of five years. Accordingly it is estimated that it will cost the owner of a $100,000 home an additional $278 per year if it passes.
Amazingly, the CPS Board of Education has voted unanimously to put this levy on the ballot, have said if it is approved by voters, proceeds will be used for preschool expansion as well as strengthening neighborhood schools, expanding the availability of technology for students, and more thoroughly preparing students for careers or college.
Subsequently, the 5-year life’s period of the levy will begin in 2016, and the amount will appear on property bills in 2017 if approved. The county auditor has estimated that it will generate about $48 million per year. They are going to suck every drop of blood out of your body! The Boogie Man is coming to get you! Wake-up and smell the fertilizer that they are serving you! Continue reading “The Boogie Man is Coming to Get You!”
Ohio’s 2nd Congressional District is a district in southern Ohio. It is currently represented by Brad Wenstrup. Wenstrup has gained the reputation of being extremely reachable, approachable, assessable and reliable.
After the 2010 Census is was reported Ohio’s minority population increased 20 percent, or 362,212 persons, from 2000 to 2010. The minority population is defined as all persons except non-Hispanic whites. The minority population portion of the state increased from 16 percent to 18.9 percent. In 1990, minorities made up 12.9 percent of the population. The Hispanic population was the largest contributing group to the increase adding nearly 138,000 persons. The total minority population for the United States increased 29 percent from 2000 to 2010 and the portion of the total population increased from 30.9 percent to 36.3 percent. Even though the non-Hispanic white population decreased and the minority population increased, Ohio has a relatively small minority population when compared to the nation.
On February 25th, 2015, Theodore “Ted” Strickland announced his intention to run for the United States Senate against incumbent Robert Jones “Rob” Portman. However, on March 31st, 2015, former President Bill Clinton endorsed Strickland.
Consequently as a general rule incumbents’ tends to have structural advantages over challengers during elections. Additionally, the timing of these elections may be determined by the incumbent instead of a set schedule. For most political offices, the incumbent often has more name recognition due to their previous work in the office.Continue reading “Ohio 2016 Hotly Contested U. S. Senate Race”