Here is a brief description of each issue so you can get started.
Education - Education is the # 1
issue of importance to voters today. We'll examine the strengths, weaknesses and
impact of our current educational systems as well as explore new educational opportunities
for the families and taxpayers of Ohio and Florida
Life & Health Issues -
This issue is debated over and over again and it affects anyone who has been conceived or
will die. You will find information here from the Pro-Abortion movement to the Jack
Kevorkian and Assisted Suicide movement, on HMO's and the ever-present health care debate.
Taxes - The "only
other" certainty in this life...taxes present unique challenges for the state of
Ohio and Florida. Taxes affect every student, taxpayer and
resident of Ohio and Florida.
School Choice - The
Cleveland Scholarship and Tutoring Program is one of the pioneers in the school voucher
movement. But vouchers are only part of the story...We'll look at vouchers, charter
and community schools, home schooling and the reasons for support and opposition of school
School Funding -
Florida and Ohio's
lawmakers and judicial system have used school funding for some of the most frightening
public policy decisions in history. Find out how your rights are in jeopardy because
of this single issue.
Casino Gambling/Lottery -
They keep coming back. Casino operators have had their eye on the State of Ohio
and Florida for years.
You'll find the history of Casino Gambling and the American Policy Roundtable's successful response
and continued diligence in protecting Florida and Ohio's families and taxpayers. Also, you'll
get a sensible picture of the State Lottery and its effects on the people of Ohio
Judicial Activism -
Judicial activism is the most dangerous political issue today - not only in Ohio
and Florida, but
across our entire country. Find out why this is such a serious and far-reaching
crisis, as well as what you can do to be part of the solution.
Term Limits - In 1992, with
three statewide ballot initiatives, Ohio voters chose to limit career politicians.
Now some state lawmakers disagree with the voters of Ohio. Track this issue as it
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