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2017-08-13 16:06:58
In response to the violence in Charlottesville, Gov. Kasich issued the following statement over the weekend. Unity, in response to the violence in Charlottesville, Gov. Kasich issued the following statement over the weekend: "There is no place in America for this violence and vicious hatred coming from white nationalist, KKK & neo-nazi groups. These groups are corrupting our country's greatness. America can and must be better. This violence and hate must stop." You can view this statement on the Governor's Twitter account (here). Gov. Kasich on CBS Face the Nation In case you missed last weekend's interview, along with Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper, you can watch the full interview below. Both governors spoke about how America can accomplish so much if we'd end the partisan battles and come together to face our biggest challenges: Gov. Kasich Utilizing Innovative New Ideas to Fight Drug Abuse At this year's State of the State address, Gov. Kasich called for innovative new approaches to fighting drug abuse and addiction. This week, those efforts won national recognition when Ohio's Third Frontier Commission approved funding for the Ohio Opioid Technology Challenge. "Ohio Gov. John Kasich's call for scientific breakthroughs to fight the opioid epidemic has organizations around the state stepping up with proposals to solve the national crisis." [...] "These organizations are competing for a total of $20 million in grant money divided into two different types of initiatives, according to the Ohio Development Services Agency. $12 million is allocated to competitive research-and-development grants for ideas that already have some degree of development, the agency said. The grant money is being combined with $8 million for the Ohio Opioid Technology Challenge, a prize competition to help find solutions to overcome the epidemic." Ohio is currently spending a record $1 billion a year in a multi-front effort to fight drug abuse and addiction. Learn more about those efforts here. Thanks for all that you're doing to help! -Team Kasich Paid for by Kasich for America, not authorized by any candidate or candidate's committee. www.JohnKasich.com This message was intended for: xxx You were added to the system March 3, 2016. For more information please follow the URL below: email.sermodigital.com/p/isgZN2wENF Follow the URL below to update your preferences or opt-out: email.sermodigital.com/p/osgZN2wENF To unsubscribe from future mailings, send an email to mailto:xxx?Subject=Unsubscribe&body=Please%20remove%20me%20from%20further%20mailings with "Unsubscribe" as the subject line.
In response to the violence in Charlottesville, Gov. Kasich issued the following statement over the weekend.
Kasich for America

Unity, in response to the violence in Charlottesville, Gov. Kasich issued the following statement over the weekend:

There is no place in America for this violence and vicious hatred coming from white nationalist, KKK & neo-nazi groups. These groups are corrupting our country's greatness. America can and must be better. This violence and hate must stop.”

You can view this statement on the Governor’s"Twitter account (here).

Gov. Kasich on CBS Face the Nation

In case you missed last weekend’s interview, along with Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper, you"can watch the full interview below. Both governors spoke about how America can accomplish so much if we’d end the partisan battles and come together to face our biggest challenges:



Gov. Kasich Utilizing Innovative New Ideas to Fight Drug Abuse

At this year's State"of the State address, Gov. Kasich called for innovative new approaches to fighting drug abuse and addiction. This week, those efforts won"national recognition when Ohio's Third Frontier Commission approved funding for the Ohio Opioid Technology Challenge.

"Ohio Gov. John Kasich's call for scientific breakthroughs to fight the opioid epidemic has organizations around the state stepping up with proposals to solve the national crisis." [...]

"These organizations are competing for a total of $20 million in grant money divided into two different types of initiatives, according to the Ohio Development Services Agency.

$12 million is allocated to competitive research-and-development grants for ideas that already have some degree of development, the agency said. The grant money is being combined with $8 million for the Ohio Opioid Technology Challenge, a prize competition to help find solutions to overcome the epidemic."


Ohio is currently spending a record $1 billion a year in a multi-front effort to fight drug abuse and addiction. Learn"more about those efforts here.

Thanks for all that you're doing to help!

-Team Kasich

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