Gov. Kasich writes new book


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More from Kasich

As Washington debates the future of health care in our country, I’ve continued my efforts to share with congressional leaders and the President’s administration Ohio’s successful formula for lowering Medicaid costs and improving the quality of health care.

I support repealing and replacing Obamacare but it’s critical that we work together to ensure that our most vulnerable citizens are not left behind. If we hope to create lasting reforms, both parties must work together.

Recently, I joined Republican Governors Rick Snyder (MI), Brian Sandoval (NV) and Asa Hutchinson (AR) in writing a letter to House Speaker Paul Ryan and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell providing them with a road-map on how they can fix Obamacare while ensuring that our most vulnerable (the drug addicted, mentally ill and working poor) get the care they need. I was also a guest on CNN to discuss this more.

Thanks to smart investment management, our workers compensation system will be able to offer a $1 billion rebate to public and private employers. Combined with earlier rebates and rate cuts, we’ve been able to save employers more than $6 billion.

By continually looking to reduce workers compensation costs, Ohio has been able to create a much better climate for success for job creators, government employees and workers.

— John Kasich, Governor of Ohio

Editor’s Note: Ohio Governor John Kasich has written a new book, Two Paths, which will go on sale April 25. In it, Kasich “leads America toward a brighter, more hopeful future.” Here is an excerpt from the book:

Two Paths: America Divided or United

Two paths.

One choice—the path that exploits anger, encourages resentment, turns fear into hatred and divides people. This path solves nothing, demeans our history, weakens our country and cheapens each of us. It has but one beneficiary and that is to the politician who speaks of it.

The other path is the one America has been down before. It is well-trod, it is at times steep, but it is solid. It is the same path our forebears took together.

It is from this higher path that we are offered the greater view. And, imagine for a moment with me that view. Fear turns to hope because we remember to take strength from each other. Uncertainty turns to peace because we reclaim our faith in the American ideals that have carried us upward before. And America’s supposed decline becomes its finest hour, because we came together to say “no” to those who would prey on our human weakness and instead chose leadership that serves, helping us look up, not down.

This is the path I believe in.

This is the America I believe in.

And, this is the America I know all Americans want us to be.

Please, join me on this higher path. Together, united, we can reclaim the America we love and hold so dear. And lift all of us up to partake in its, and the Lord’s, many blessings.

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Staff Report

More from Kasich

As Washington debates the future of health care in our country, I’ve continued my efforts to share with congressional leaders and the President’s administration Ohio’s successful formula for lowering Medicaid costs and improving the quality of health care.

I support repealing and replacing Obamacare but it’s critical that we work together to ensure that our most vulnerable citizens are not left behind. If we hope to create lasting reforms, both parties must work together.

Recently, I joined Republican Governors Rick Snyder (MI), Brian Sandoval (NV) and Asa Hutchinson (AR) in writing a letter to House Speaker Paul Ryan and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell providing them with a road-map on how they can fix Obamacare while ensuring that our most vulnerable (the drug addicted, mentally ill and working poor) get the care they need. I was also a guest on CNN to discuss this more.

Thanks to smart investment management, our workers compensation system will be able to offer a $1 billion rebate to public and private employers. Combined with earlier rebates and rate cuts, we’ve been able to save employers more than $6 billion.

By continually looking to reduce workers compensation costs, Ohio has been able to create a much better climate for success for job creators, government employees and workers.

— John Kasich, Governor of Ohio