columbus ohio health care insurance jobs Articles

columbus ohio health care insurance jobs Articles

Government Lies and Deception (Independent Media TV)
Ohio Supreme Court Justice Terrence O''Donnell recently claimed (Feb. 16, 2005) that someone broke into his state-owned 2000 fully-loaded Buick Park Avenue and stole $18,000 in cash while he was parked in downtown Cleveland attending an award ceremony.

House budget plan eyes single unit to manage Medicaid (Toledo Blade)
COLUMBUS - Five years after Gov. Bob Taft merged two agencies to form one massive Ohio Department of Job and Family Services, lawmakers are looking at dividing it again.

MIDDAY BUSINESS REPORT: Employment base gains in Johnson, slips in Jackson (Kansas City Star)
The average weekly wage in Johnson County, Kan., was $764 in the third quarter 2004, according to a county wage and employment analysis released today by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics .

Dems fail to change state budget (The Morning Journal)
COLUMBUS (AP) Democrats fought unsuccessfully yesterday to change the proposed state budget by trying to restore money for poor families and children and sick adults with few resources.

Late night budget battle (Tribune Chronicle)
COLUMBUS - Democrats fought unsuccessfully Sunday to change the proposed state budget by trying to restore money for poor families and children and sick adults with few resources.

Republicans Reject Democratic Proposal To State Budget (NBC 4 Columbus)
Democrats argue the proposed state budget is a gamble that could fail and endanger the state''s well-being. Republicans say it''s a blueprint for reviving the state''s economy.

Wal-Mart stops smiling at critics (St. Petersburg Times)
The giant retailer''s CEO says the company''s foes are taking cheap shots and telling lies and Wal-Mart will fight back. BENTONVILLE, Ark. - Wal-Mart has become the poster child for many of the ills confronting the American economy. Cheaper imports that undermine American manufacturing jobs.

Late night budget battle (The Tribune Chronicle)
COLUMBUS - Democrats fought unsuccessfully Sunday to change the proposed state budget by trying to restore money for poor families and children and sick adults with few resources.

Dems fail to change state budget (Lorain Morning Journal)
COLUMBUS (AP) Democrats fought unsuccessfully yesterday to change the proposed state budget by trying to restore money for poor families and children and sick adults with few resources.