Impact Ohio Toledo Regional Media Coverage

The 2019 Impact Ohio Toledo Regional Conference was one of our most successful events to date. With elected officials, policy professionals, and media personnel from across the state, the conference had nearly 230 people in attendance. Speakers covered issues relating to water quality, early childhood experiences, investing in Ohio’s infrastructure, and more. Governor DeWine announced his plan to invest $900 million in the newly created H2Ohio fund to restore and preserve Ohio’s water.

WTOL 11 and WTVG-TV 13abc had morning show reporters on site at the conference to broadcast live interviews and pre-conference happenings from 5 a.m.-8:30 a.m.  We have gathered media coverage of the event below.

 

Kapszukiewicz: ‘Help us out, or let us govern ourselves’ – Toledo Blade

Gov. DeWine unveils $900 million investment plan in Lake Erie – Toledo Blade

Honest talk to Columbus – Toledo Blade

Gov. DeWine proposes $900M plan to protect Ohio waterways – NBC 24 News

Gov. DeWine to speak in Toledo Thursday – 13 ABC

Governor, treasurer talk in Toledo – Sentinel Tribune

Toledo’s elected leaders hoping for an all in Governor DeWine – WTOL 11

Lake Erie’s advocated caution about Go. DeWine’s H2Ohio Fund – WTOL 11

DeWine announces $900 million H2Ohio water quality program – Farm and Dairy

Gov. DeWine outlines H2Ohio water quality initiative – Ohio’s Country Journal

DeWine announces plan for clean water fund – Sandusky Register

DeWine proposes H2Ohio fund to protect water quality – WKSU 89.7

H2Ohio fund to prioritize clean water projects – Statehouse News Bureau

Governor DeWine proposes $900 million to combat Lake Erie toxic algae – Hometown Stations

Ohio governor nearly $1B for Lake Erie waterways – 3 WWMT West Michigan

H2Ohio fund to prioritize clean water projects – Cincinnati Public Radio

Ohio Governor wants nearly $1B to combat toxic algae in Lake Erie – KDKA 2 CBS Pittsburg

Gov. DeWine unveils $900 million investment plan in Lake Erie – Norwalk Reflector

Gov. DeWine says, water initiative offers targeted solutions – The Press Publications

Mike DeWine said budget will include $900 million to protect Lake Erie and other waterways – Cleveland.com