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Analyst: Ohio jobs recovery even slowly than previously thought

March 11, 2013

Economic Research Analyst George Zeller said there were large downward revisions to previously released job figures for 2011 and 2012 which means Ohio’s recovery is even slower than he previously......

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STofit

Mar-11-13 8:47 AM

High energy costs=moving to warmer regions High labor cost= moving to right to work states.

We have to get the cost of energy down if we are going to recover. We can do that by using coal and nuclear to make electricity. Leave the natural gas for home heating and manufacturing that can't use coal. We have to keep the demand for natural gas low or it will never be inexpensive to use. Windfalls for the government for leases will be paid for by the consumer so keep these fees within reason.

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