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Kasich Plans Already Known

Governor Will Have Time to Sell Ideas During State of the State

February 18, 2013

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — By timing the address to follow his major budget, tax reform and school funding proposals, Ohio Gov....

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Feb-19-13 7:30 AM

more dummies running the show.i still don't understand how with all of these smart people in charge that we have fallen to the level that we are.not one good idea in years.our politicians have inherited a sense of entitlement.they are"me" people.

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Feb-18-13 9:36 PM

TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) -- Expanding Ohio's sales tax might take some of the fun out of going to concerts, football games and amusement parks.

Gov. John Kasich wants to cut the state's overall sales-tax rate while also putting the lower 5 percent sales tax on a long list of new items that include circuses, arcade games and carnival rides.

Admission to fairs, museums, and theme parks would fall under Ohio's sales tax for the first time too. So would tickets to pro, college and high school games.

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Feb-18-13 1:55 PM

The "conservative" idea is to increase spending by 10%....

"To balance the FY2012-13 budget, Gov. Kasich and legislators had to address an $8 billion gap between revenue and projected expenditures. However, as revenue projections improved, the budget gap decreased. State lawmakers though are taking criticism for increasing spending. The biennial general revenue budget grew from $50.7 billion under former Gov. Strickland to Kasich's $55.5 billion plan."


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