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News & Notes March 13, 2014

Cutting Words, Akron Beacon Journal Highlights the need for public investments over more failed tax cuts. Serving a Bigger Vision,...

MBR PRESS RELEASE

The Governor and legislature are clearly able to come up with large amounts of new revenue for top priorities.  However, we believe more...

News & Notes March 10, 2014

The Governor will attempt to raise revenue in order to pay for a tax cut. While this plan may raise revenue in some good ways, it does so...

News & Notes March 7, 2014

News: Legislature won’t go crazy on severance tax rate, Hannah News Notes: Representative David Hall discusses the proposed severance tax...

Tax Cuts Don’t Work

In his State of the State speech last week, Gov. John Kasich made this year’s first big promise – the same one we’ve heard since Gov. Bob...

News & Notes March 3, 2014

The chorus against income tax cuts continue to grow within the media as well. Editorial boards continue to identify areas that Ohio...

News & Notes February 26, 2014

Notes: Editorial boards and reporters across Ohio call into question the wisdom of another income tax cut. The Columbus Dispatch points...

State of the State

Depending how the tax cut is phased in, it will likely cost Ohio between $600 million and $1 billion in revenue. This revenue could be...

News & Notes

News: Cutting Words, Akron Beacon Journal  Notes: Ohio’s income tax represent 32% of Ohio’s General Revenue Funds. Nine years of tax cuts...

News & Notes, February 17, 2014

News: Local Colleges seek $50million for major projects, Dayton Daily News Notes: The Governor will likely release the Capital Budget in...

News & Notes February 13, 2014

This is our (light-hearted) take on the new severance tax proposal that may receive a vote next week. #News

News & Notes February 12, 2014

News: Listen and Learn, Akron Beacon Journal Notes: We should set a goal that kids will be able to read by the third grade. However,...

News & Notes February 11, 2014

News: Cleveland-area administrators voice opinions, concerns about Third Grade Reading Guarantee, Plain Dealer Notes: Should most third...

News & Notes, February 10, 2014

News: E.J. Dionne commentary: Discredited economic theory is at root of gridlock, Columbus Dispatch Notes: Many theories exist on how the...

Week in Review

Campaign Time: The campaign season officially began this week as candidates for office had to file their paperwork with the Ohio...

News & Notes February 5, 2014

News: Life without a hub, Akron Beacon Journal Notes: Many of us have used the United hub at Cleveland Hopkins, and its closure will...

News & Notes February 4, 2014

News: Fracking Prospects, Columbus Dispatch Notes: The Ohio Severance Tax remains too low – even the Columbus Dispatch calls on drillers...

What is in a Ranking?

New Report highlights Ohio’s Economic Reality: The Corporation for Enterprise Development (CFED)  released a report on Jan. 31st ranking...

Budget Fact Check

Budget Fact Check Governor Kasich spoke to the Ohio Chamber of Commerce  (Click for the video of his comments) on tax policy and his...

News & Notes January 27, 2014

News: Troubled Waters, Columbus Dispatch Notes:The recent water contamination in West Virginia should lead Ohio’s leaders to ask how we...