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Legislators and Gov. Ted Strickland hit on a novel way to end a legal battle holding up their economic stimulus plan: abolish the group that filed the lawsuit. The House is expected to approve legislation today, April 30, that would abolish the Ohio Tobacco Prevention Foundation. "We're going to put an end to this costly discussion once and for all and move ahead with the economic stimulus package," said House Speaker Jon Husted, R-Kettering.