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Gov. Kasich Discusses Several Topics In WMFD Interview

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  Original Published: 7/16/2014

Governor John Kasich covered numerous topics during his speech Tuesday afternoon to a Legislative Luncheon by the Regional Chamber Partnership, involving five chambers of commerce in Richland, Ashland, and Crawford Counties. He recapped his thoughts on several of those topics during a one-on-one interview with WMFD's Greg Heindel. Governor Kasich says for Cleveland to get the Republican National Convention is another sign Ohio is on the move. He says he supports oil and natural gas drilling, or fracking, in Ohio provided it's done safely to protect the environment. Kasich says Ohio's $1.5- billion surplus won't be used to increase the Local Government Fund which for years has provided money to counties and cities. Governor Kasich said during his speech he plans to travel around the country urging states to pass a constitutional amendment requiring the federal government to have a balanced budget.

   
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