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Strickland Uses State of the State to Push Programs for Stimulating Jobs, Investment

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Excerpt of story provided by Crain's Cleveland Business
Written by Jay Miller


In perhaps the most energetic and idea-filled speech of his term as governor, Ted Strickland laid out in his State of the State address a handful of major programs designed to create jobs and stimulate business investment in Ohio...

...The governor also announced a pilot project for Northeast Ohio in conjunction with JumpStart Inc., the Cleveland nonprofit that helps emerging businesses, to assist promising minority-owned companies develop business plans and find early-stage investors...
 
...Gov. Strickland also encouraged the state Legislature to quickly pass legislation by next week's deadline to get a Third Frontier renewal bond issue before the voters in May.

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