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Posted January 03, 2005 in Press Releases
A move to cut state income-tax rates on the most affluent would cost Ohio hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue and tilt the state and local tax system further against lower- and middle-income taxpayers.... read more
Posted December 18, 2004 in Press Releases
Nearly 15,000 positions gone since 2001
Unemployment rose slightly in Lucas County last month, and metro Toledo remains on track to record its third straight year of job losses. read more
Posted December 06, 2004 in Press Releases
The sheriff's civil division has piles of papers awaiting service.
WARREN Two bad economies have joined forces to put several hundred financial transactions on hold in Trumbull County.
Economic realities of the Mahoning Valley, coupled with... read more
Posted November 21, 2004 in Press Releases
Popular plan was initially created to spur economic development and job creation in distressed areas Willoughby Hills Mayor Kenneth A. Lorenz has grown tired of seeing the desolate, run-down piece of property at Route... read more
Posted October 26, 2004 in Press Releases
The Guardian, UK
Theressia Gresham's unemployment cheques stopped arriving two months ago. Ms Gresham, who lives in Cleveland, Ohio, lost her job as a forklift driver at the beginning of the year and has been unable... read more
Posted October 23, 2004 in Press Releases
New York Times
As job growth has picked up in many areas of the country, employment has continued to falter in some crucial battleground states, the government reported yesterday.
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Posted October 06, 2004 in Press Releases
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
SALEM, Ohio - Knocking on doors in northeastern Ohio, the political newcomer running for state representative used the same line on every porch: "Hi, I'm Frank Rayl. I worked over at Eljer until... read more
Posted October 05, 2004 in Press Releases
Between January 1995 and July 2004, 52,265 Ohio jobs were certified by the federal government as having been lost due to international trade, according to an updated International Trade and Job Loss in Ohio report,... read more