Listen: US Senate, Bill And Governor Mike Dewine discussed on Woody and Company
"Bill is now on its way to the Senate after it passed the house this afternoon. The Bill proposes an increase to the gas tax by ten point seven cents per gallon. That would be phased in over two years and a diesel tax that would increase by twenty cents per gallon. That would be phased in over three years. Governor Mike dewine says today, he plans to work with the Senate to improve the Bill and quote work towards a final agreement that funds vital maintenance new construction promotes jobs and makes our state more. Competitive as well as enhanced safety for the driving public. You can take shared Brown's name off the long list of democratic presidential hopefuls. The veteran Ohio Senator said he will not be making a run for the White House next year. He sent out a statement this afternoon saying he will instead fight for issues affecting American workers in the US Senate and today, given her dewine issued a reprieve of execution for three Ohio inmates to wine has halted all executions in the state on sale. The Ohio department of rehabilitation and correction is able to develop a new execution protocol that gains approval from the courts earlier this year federal magistrate judge Michael Mertes issued an opinion saying that executions under the state's current drug protocol where quote almost will almost certainly subject prisoners to severe pain and needless suffering and the father of Covington Catholic high school student, Nick Sandman, here's fighting internet attacks on minors. Ted. Sanmen testified yesterday before a Kentucky Senate committee on a Bill that would make it a crime to use information to personally identify someone. Nick Sandman was targeted earlier this year amid the viral video controversy that unfolded in Washington DC, your ABC, six first warning, weather, cloudy and cold tonight. A low of twenty five I'm Alison Wyant. Our next report at five o'clock for breaking news and weather alerts instantly, follow us on Twitter at six"