Ohio Budget Compromise Restores Funding for Food Banks
A conference committee fixed this massive oversight
A conference committee has restored additional funding for Ohio food banks in the state's upcoming two-year budget.
The House had given the Ohio Association of Foodbanks an additional $15 million in its version of the biennial budget, but the Senate's version cut that funding and imposed restrictions on other food programs.
The House rejected the Senate's budget and the bill went to a conference committee. The committee on Friday released its reconciled budget, which restores the $15 million funding increase and removes restrictions on SNAP and school meal support.
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