Thursday, January 28, 2010 at 5:40 PM
Ohio's current state budget is being propped up with several billion dollars from the federal government. Some critics say that means next year, when a new budget needs to be fashioned, it will have a multi-billion dollar hole, because the federal money will evaporate. But Governor Ted Strickland says that's not necessarily true. As Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen reports, he is seeking a renewal of that federal bail-out.
Statehouse News Bureau
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