Governor John R. Kasich gives an overview of his first 100 days in office. He is joined by cabinet members and Rep. Louis Blessing, Speaker Pro Tempore of the Ohio House of Representatives; live from the Statehouse.
Highlights of the first 100 days:
-Keeping Ohio Companies in Ohio-American Greetings, Bob Evans, Diebold and Goodyear
-JobsOhio was established through House Bill 1 and is a non-profit economic development corporation, which will be managed by a board of directors who are leaders in the business world
-The Jobs Budget closes an $8 billion shortfall without raising taxes
-Common Sense Initiative (CSI), led by Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor, reviews Ohio's regulatory system to eliminate excessive and duplicative rules
-Statewide Coordination in the Fight Against Opiate Abuse through the new Cabinet-level Opiate Task Force will direct addiction prevention efforts across the state
April 19, 2011