....Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland is attempting to reform education funding in the state and inch closer to that better place.
Hopefully, Strickland will be able to get something done on this important issue.
* Gov. Strickland has been already seeking the help of President-elect Barack Obama, according to 13abc.com:
Wall Street's having troubles and so is Main Street, particularly in Ohio. Over the next 2-years, Ohio faces a $7-billion budget deficit and that means layoffs and cuts in services.
13abc's Bill Horman talked with Governor Ted Strickland about the budget problems facing the state. He's proposing a 10-percent across the board budget cut for state agencies, but that still leaves a $4-billion deficit. So the governor says he'll turn to the federal government for help....
Gov. Strickland is not sitting back waiting for something to happen. He is tackling the tough issues and looking for help from the President-elect.