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Public Policy Tipoffs Involving Ohio Newsletter for Friday May 19, 2023 ( 7 items )  

API: New Analysis - Ohio's Abundant Natural Gas and Oil Resources Provide Over $55 Billion in Economic, Trade & Job Benefits
COLUMBUS, Ohio, May 17 (TNSres) -- The American Petroleum Institute issued the following news release on May 16, 2023: The American Petroleum Institute-Ohio (API Ohio) today released new analysis on the growing economic contributions of America's natural gas and oil industry in all 50 states, including investment in Ohio ranging from taxes and workforce wages paid to indirect and induced jobs in retail, manufacturing, agriculture and other sectors throughout the energy supply chain. The study,   more

Buckeye Institute: Ohio Should Join the Flat-Tax Revolution
COLUMBUS, Ohio, May 19 (TNSgov) -- The Buckeye Institute, an independent research and educational institution that says its mission is to advance free-market public policy, issued the following news release on May 18, 2023: On Thursday, The Buckeye Institute testified before the Ohio Senate Finance Committee on the tax reform policies in Ohio House Bill 33, Ohio's biennial budget. In his testimony, Greg R. Lawson, a research fellow at The Buckeye Institute, noted that "the country is in the mi  more

Community Legal Aid Services: Work Requirements for Benefits
AKRON, Ohio, May 18 (TNSgov) -- Community Legal Aid Services issued the following news: By Michelle Wrona Fox, managing attorney, and Terri Underwood, paralegal advocate As National Older Americans month continues, we are exploring a topic that could disproportionately impact Americans as we age - work requirements. Proposed legislation that would require work requirements in Medicaid as a condition of federal funding and expand work requirements in the SNAP food assistance to older adults age  more

Holocaust Memorial Museum: President Biden Appoints New Council Members
WASHINGTON, May 18 (TNSper) -- The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum issued the following news release: President Biden announced his intent to appoint the following individuals to the United States Holocaust Memorial Council: Kevin Abel of Georgia Michael S. Beals of Delaware Theodore E. Deutch of Florida Kimberly Marteau Emerson of California Alexander P. Heckler of Florida Danielle Borrin Hertz of New York Marsha Zlatin Laufer of Florida (reappointment) Jonathan Lavine of Massachusetts  more

National Association of Scholars: Ohio Higher Education Enhancement Act Passes Senate
NEW YORK, May 19 (TNSgov) -- The National Association of Scholars issued the following news release: The Ohio Senate has passed Senate Bill 83, the Ohio Higher Education Enhancement Act. SB 83, sponsored by Senator Jerry Cirino, will do an extraordinary amount to depoliticize public colleges and universities, strengthen intellectual diversity on campus, and restore citizen oversight of the state's higher education system. "SB 83 is the leading edge of higher education reform bills," said Natio  more

Rigaku Opens Its First Semiconductor Metrology Technology Center in Silicon Valley
MATERIALS PARK, Ohio, May 19 (TNSres) -- ASM International posted the following news from its member company Rigaku Semiconductor Metrology Division: Rigaku, Japan, leading provider of X-ray metrology solutions for semiconductor in-line processes, research and development, and high-volume manufacturing, has opened its first Semiconductor Metrology Technology Center in Sunnyvale, CA. The new facility has been established specifically to meet the needs of its semiconductor metrology tools client  more

USI Develops Advanced Failure Analysis Technology to Meet High-Level Demands of SiP Miniaturization Products
MATERIALS PARK, Ohio, May 19 (TNSres) -- ASM International posted the following news from its member company Universal Scientific Industrial: Driven by 5G, consumer electronics, automotive electronics, and innovative smart applications, new packaging technologies represented by SiP are gradually emerging. The high-reliability components and semiconductor markets are experiencing explosive growth in demand for high-density, miniaturized products. In order to meet these advanced processes, mater  more