Five Key Questions As Ohio Senate Revamps State Budget Bill
This version of the budget must answer several concerns
After weeks of testimony and a closed-door review of about 2,000 proposed amendments, Ohio Senate Republicans will roll out their initial round of changes to the two-year state operating budget Tuesday afternoon.
Five key questions the Senate will answer with its version of the budget:
1) What will the Senate do with taxes, including the business income-tax deduction?
The Ohio House surprised people around the Statehouse when it reduced the state’s business income-tax deduction to $100,000 to help pay for a 6.6 percent reduction in all income-tax brackets and elimination of state income tax for those earning less than $22,250.
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*This article was the last article written by Jim Siegel before his untimely death.