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July 2, 1985 | Associated Press
Gov. Richard F. Celeste signed a $19.9-billion state budget and a two-year, 15% income tax cut Monday, saying the measures would keep Ohio "firmly on the comeback trail."
NEWS
July 2, 1985 | Associated Press
Gov. Richard F. Celeste signed a $19.9-billion state budget and a two-year, 15% income tax cut Monday, saying the measures would keep Ohio "firmly on the comeback trail."
BUSINESS
January 9, 2013 | Michael Hiltzik
The shutdown of a 102-year-old California manufacturing company points to a major flaw in California's industrial development policy: We don't have one. The company is Pneumatic Scale Angelus, which turned out top-of-the-line machines for sealing lids on soda and beer cans from a factory in Vernon. That was a niche business but not a small one, since bottling companies the world over were Angelus customers. As we reported just after Christmas, Angelus employees were told on Nov. 2 that its owner, privately held Barry-Wehmiller Cos., would shut down production at the plant Jan. 1 and move it to a factory in Ohio.
NATIONAL
October 9, 2012 | By Lisa Mascaro, Washington Bureau
WASHINGTON - As a lofty political debate over taxes and spending plays out on the presidential campaign trail, a more practical one is unfolding this week in Virginia as eight senators try to strike a bipartisan deficit reduction deal. The senators are holed up in a Mount Vernon conference room seeking a way to avoid the so-called fiscal cliff - the year-end confluence of automatic tax increases and budget cuts that could stagger the economy and American households. Failure to act could slice half a percentage point off economic growth next year and deliver a tax increase averaging $2,000.
NATIONAL
March 2, 2004 | Scott Martelle and Maria L. La Ganga, Times Staff Writers
Voters in California and nine other states could essentially end the Democratic presidential race today, anointing John F. Kerry as the party's pick while derailing John Edwards' candidacy. A day before Super Tuesday, Edwards focused on two states he hoped to win -- Ohio and Georgia -- and insisted that he would continue his candidacy into the next round of contests, which will be held in his native South on March 9.
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