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Kasich touts optimism (video)

Tells Chamber that diversity is key to economic growth

March 22, 2013

BOARDMAN — More economic diversity is fueling a growing sense of optimism seldom seen in Valley, said Ohio Gov. John Kasich at Thursday’s annual meeting of the Regional Chamber....

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brasco

Mar-26-13 12:37 PM

Oh God Kasick 2016..now that's scary..lol..he'll loser governorship in two years..hardly think he's presidential material

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cropcircle

Mar-24-13 10:44 PM

Kasich 2016

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GubernatorialDrone

Mar-22-13 6:30 PM

If you ask me, WarrenProud = Grump, lol.

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OSU1975

Mar-22-13 1:58 PM

John Kasich is the hardest working and most successful governor of Ohio in recent memory. We now have money in our rainy day fund(which Strickland depleted to almost nothing.) Businesses are coming here again. I am definitely for a sales tax decrease. It is fair to all because everyone buys goods.

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brasco

Mar-22-13 11:33 AM

Kasick will be one termer..why aren't they investigating the jobsohio scam??

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CommonSense

Mar-22-13 8:25 AM

"Kasich touts optimism"

WP only smokes obonehead's brand of crack hopium.

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liemonger

Mar-22-13 7:53 AM

"Sales tax decrease with a much large pool of sales tax eligible items for Ohio."

A sales tax is a regressive tax...

Never mind, she won't get it.

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WarrenProud

Mar-22-13 6:54 AM

david1 - I have never received $1 of Welfare, Medicaid, or Section 8 Housing dollars. Quit your racist stereotype cause it ain't so.

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WarrenProud

Mar-22-13 6:51 AM

ArticWoof - Sales tax decrease with a much large pool of sales tax eligible items for Ohio. That doesn't mean a tax cut. It's the Republican way to redistribute the wealth back to the Richest 5% while having everyone else pay more. Not for me!

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SadButTrue

Mar-22-13 6:45 AM

@GMOOH Sounds like management has created there own jobs bank:)

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GetMeOutOfHere

Mar-22-13 6:29 AM

I was talking to a girl that works at delphi and she said people are quitting or they are firing them quicker then they can hire because the word is out on how they are treated and nobody wants to work there.She said that they make the production people work mandatory weekends because they won't hire, but have salary people walking the floor for exercise all day like they are at the park.She said she sees the same people doing laps all day.

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david1

Mar-22-13 6:26 AM

Warrentard there are people in the community who wish to work and not be on welfare.....like you. Why dont you and all of your 8 kids ...that im paying, for get together and brain storm to find us better jobs . Its not like you dont have the time.

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ArticWoof

Mar-22-13 6:00 AM

Warrenproud, have you even read his tax plans???? It does not have tax cuts for the rich. It has a decrease in sales tax for everyone.

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Dumocrate

Mar-22-13 5:48 AM

WarrenProud, If fracking, a practice that has been safely used for over 60 years, isn't the answer to bringing jobs to an area that is steeped with an anti-business mind-set top heavy in local government, highly uneducated and lacks the training needed for 21st century jobs?

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WarrenProud

Mar-22-13 4:53 AM

Fracking is not the solution to our economic troubles. It will be an environmental disaster for many generations to come. As we saw with D&L Energy - the Big Oil & Gas Companies care not about anything but collecting their money.

As for John Kasich, he can say bye bye to his governorship next election. He too just doesn't get that people do not accept more income tax cuts for the Rich 5% while increasing taxes on everyone else.

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