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This week on "The State of Ohio": A big jobs win for southwest Ohio. And the controversial bill to make big changes in the state’s alternative energy standards got an overhaul itself. Now it would freeze those standards - though opponents say it’s not a freeze, it’s a repeal. Two leaders from both sides of the debate discuss the bill.
 
Ohio plans to invest $88.5 million into its state parks, but wants input on what to do
By Jo Ingles - April 23, 2014
If you enjoy using Ohio’s state parks, you might be able to also enjoy some new upgrades to those facilities in the future. In an interview with Ohio Public Radio’s Jo Ingles, Eileen Corson with the Ohio Department of Natural Resources says the state is investing millions into the state park facilities.


State's largest cities urge lawmakers to keep renewable energy standards
More policymakers are coming out against an attempt to overhaul the state’s energy efficiency and renewable policies. As Statehouse correspondent Andy Chow reports, that opposition is coming from top city leaders.

The Statehouse News Bureau, working together with ideastream, a public service multi-media organization, provides to public radio and television stations daily and weekly coverage of issues of statewide interest and those surrounding state government, in an effort to educate, enlighten and empower the citizens of Ohio.


 
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