Posted Tuesday, February 5, 2013
Ohio Governor John Kasich proposed a $63.1 billon dollar biennial state budget yesterday. It would greatly expand the number of people enrolled in Medicaid, recalculate the school funding equation and slash income tax rates by 20 percent for individuals and 50 percent for small businesses. Sales taxes also would go down. Tuesday morning on The Sound of Ideas, we'll look at the budget and how the Governor's proposals will impact you. Join us at 9:00 a.m.
Zach Schiller, Research Director, Policy Matters Ohio
Thomas Suddes, columnist, The Plain Dealer
Rep Mike Dovilla, R-Berea, member, House Finance & Appropriations Comm.
Rep Mike Foley, D-Cleveland, member, House Finance & Appropriations Comm.
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