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The Columbus Dispatch
Bill would be disservice to voters Letters Policy Submit Your Letter Also in Opinion State Sen. Bill Seitz, R
Bill would be disservice to voters
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 9 hours ago
Letters Policy Submit Your Letter Also in Opinion State Sen. Bill Seitz, R-Cincinnati, recently introduced Senate Bill 296, which specifies conditions under which a court may order that a polling place be kept... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Lots of leadership shuffling among House Republicansto join the House next year are current Senate President Keith Faber of Celina,
Lots of leadership shuffling among House Republicans
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 3 days ago
to join the House next year are current Senate President Keith Faber of Celina, influential and outspoken veteran Sen. Bill Seitz of Cincinnati, pro-union and veteran Sen. Tom Patton of Strongsville, criminal justice-minded and veteran Sen. Jim... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Returning to electricity regulation in Ohio would be hard roadwhich would lead to a loss of electricity capacity and jobs, utility companies
Returning to electricity regulation in Ohio would be hard road
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 4 days ago
which would lead to a loss of electricity capacity and jobs, utility companies say. So what happens next? State Sen. Bill Seitz, R-Cincinnati, wants to see an immediate "all-hands-on-deck, high-level meeting" in which the governor's office,... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Crashes rise where Columbus’ red-light cameras wereshe hopes the cameras return. “This is a type of technology we can use that ca
Crashes rise where Columbus’ red-light cameras were
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 8 days ago
she hopes the cameras return. “This is a type of technology we can use that can make things safer,” she said. Ohio Sen. Bill Seitz, who sponsored the bill that effectively banned the cameras, said the city’s program could have been more... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
AEP wants to lead Ohio solar-power developmentutilities, if they have their way, will erect additional barriers to consumers
AEP wants to lead Ohio solar-power development
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 9 days ago
utilities, if they have their way, will erect additional barriers to consumers being energy self-reliant." On Monday, Sen. Bill Seitz, R-Cincinnati, introduced a bill that would extend a current freeze on state clean-energy standards for three... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Rally urges end to clean-energy standard freezeshe said. “We need to be working together on this, not separately. It’s not abo
Rally urges end to clean-energy standard freeze
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 15 days ago
she said. “We need to be working together on this, not separately. It’s not about Republicans and Democrats.” Ohio Sen. Bill Seitz, R-Cincinnati, is circulating drafts of a measure he intends to introduce that would extend the freeze by three... Read more
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The Intelligencer and Wheeling News-Register
Plan Delays Ohio Energy Renewable Targets AgainState Sen. Bill Seitz, a Cincinnati Republican, said the draft legislation circ
Plan Delays Ohio Energy Renewable Targets Again
The Intelligencer and Wheeling News-Register / Posted 16 days ago
State Sen. Bill Seitz, a Cincinnati Republican, said the draft legislation circulated last week tacks another three years onto a current two-year delay in phasing in state targets for use of solar, wind and other forms of renewable energy by Ohio... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
Plan delays Ohio renewable energy targets another 3 yearsa freeze on Ohio’s renewable-energy requirements for an additional three years
Plan delays Ohio renewable energy targets another 3 years
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 16 days ago
a freeze on Ohio’s renewable-energy requirements for an additional three years is already drawing opposition. State Sen. Bill Seitz, a Cincinnati Republican, said the draft legislation circulated last week tacks another three years onto a current... Read more
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Cincinnati CityBeat
Morning News & Stuffwhich Obama created in response to the House’s inaction on a Senate-passed immi
Morning News & Stuff
Cincinnati CityBeat / Posted 17 days ago
which Obama created in response to the House’s inaction on a Senate-passed immigration reform bill. • Ohio State Sen. Bill Seitz last week unveiled a new idea — require money up-front from anyone proposing longer voting hours. Judges at times... Read more
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WBNS-10TV Columbus
Plan delays Ohio renewable energy targets another 3 yearsa freeze on Ohio's renewable-energy requirements for an additional three years
Plan delays Ohio renewable energy targets another 3 years
WBNS-10TV Columbus / Posted 17 days ago
a freeze on Ohio's renewable-energy requirements for an additional three years is already drawing opposition. State Sen. Bill Seitz (syts) circulated the draft legislation last week. It proposes tacking another 3 years onto a 2-year delay in... Read more
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Your Hometown Lima Stations
Plan delays Ohio renewable energy targets another 3 yearsa freeze on Ohio's renewable-energy requirements for an additional three years
Plan delays Ohio renewable energy targets another 3 years
Your Hometown Lima Stations / Posted 17 days ago
a freeze on Ohio's renewable-energy requirements for an additional three years is already drawing opposition. State Sen. Bill Seitz (syts) circulated the draft legislation last week. It proposes tacking another 3 years onto a 2-year delay in... Read more
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WKYC Cleveland
Ohio Republicans want cash for longer voting hoursto cover the cost. During the state's primary March 15, polls were open 6:30 a
Ohio Republicans want cash for longer voting hours
WKYC Cleveland / Posted 18 days ago
to cover the cost. During the state's primary March 15, polls were open 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. ET statewide. State Sen.Bill Seitz, a Republican from Green Township, Ohio, is proposing a change in state law that would require a cash bond,... Read more
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USA Today
Ohio Republicans want cash for longer voting hoursto cover the cost. During the state's primary March 15, polls were open 6:30 a
Ohio Republicans want cash for longer voting hours
USA Today / Posted 19 days ago
to cover the cost. During the state's primary March 15, polls were open 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. ET statewide. State Sen.Bill Seitz, a Republican from Green Township, Ohio, is proposing a change in state law that would require a cash bond,... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Bill continuing 'freeze' on clean energy expected soonon state standards for energy efficiency and renewable energy, an idea that Gov
Bill continuing 'freeze' on clean energy expected soon
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 21 days ago
on state standards for energy efficiency and renewable energy, an idea that Gov. John Kasich has said he opposes. Sen. Bill Seitz, R-Cincinnati, has been circulating a draft of a three-year extension of the freeze and could introduce it as a... Read more
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Your Hometown Lima Stations
Bill would to let Ohioans with drug offenses keep licensea driver's license for someone convicted of a drug charge instead of the suspen
Bill would to let Ohioans with drug offenses keep license
Your Hometown Lima Stations / Posted 23 days ago
a driver's license for someone convicted of a drug charge instead of the suspension being mandatory. Republican Sen. Bill Seitz, of Cincinnati, says current law makes it difficult for hundreds of thousands of Ohioans with suspended driver's... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Bill aims to modernize campaign-finance reporting in OhioFrank LaRose, R-Copley, introduced an electronic filing bill in September. Thou
Bill aims to modernize campaign-finance reporting in Ohio
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 24 days ago
Frank LaRose, R-Copley, introduced an electronic filing bill in September. Though it appears to have support, Sen. Bill Seitz, R-Cincinnati, called it a “technological house of horrors” that would make it more difficult for local candidates... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
The dark side of water, electricity submeteringthey were surprised to learn of the problem and intended to do something about
The dark side of water, electricity submetering
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 25 days ago
they were surprised to learn of the problem and intended to do something about it. For example, the Dispatch quoted Sen. Bill Seitz, R-Cincinnati, who said, “I didn’t know this problem existed” and “This bears some degree of looking into and some... Read more
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The East Liverpool Review
Bill would let Ohioans with drug convictions keep licensea driver's license for someone convicted of a drug charge instead of the suspen
Bill would let Ohioans with drug convictions keep license
The East Liverpool Review / Posted 30 days ago
a driver's license for someone convicted of a drug charge instead of the suspension being mandatory. Republican state Sen. Bill Seitz, of Cincinnati, says current law makes it difficult for hundreds of thousands of people in Ohio with suspended... Read more
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Lisbon Morning Journal
Bill would let Ohioans with drug convictions keep licensea driver's license for someone convicted of a drug charge instead of the suspen
Bill would let Ohioans with drug convictions keep license
Lisbon Morning Journal / Posted 30 days ago
a driver's license for someone convicted of a drug charge instead of the suspension being mandatory. Republican state Sen. Bill Seitz, of Cincinnati, says current law makes it difficult for hundreds of thousands of people in Ohio with suspended... Read more
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Your Hometown Lima Stations
Bill would let Ohioans with drug convictions keep licensea driver's license for someone convicted of a drug charge instead of the suspen
Bill would let Ohioans with drug convictions keep license
Your Hometown Lima Stations / Posted 30 days ago
a driver's license for someone convicted of a drug charge instead of the suspension being mandatory. Republican state Sen. Bill Seitz, of Cincinnati, says current law makes it difficult for hundreds of thousands of people in Ohio with suspended... Read more
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