• Nick Bates

Daily Feature, July 16, 2013

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“…A discussion for the governor’s race next year is whether the revenue sliced into tax cuts would be better deployed as a whole — into early education, or more affordable colleges and universities or research and development or restoring ailing aspects of Lake Erie. Would such uses of revenue bring a greater return? Recall why Ohio originally adopted an income tax four decades ago. It wasn’t merely to close a budget deficit. For too long, the state had failed to invest adequately in its people and its future. That, and fairness, are what the state puts at risk when income tax cuts go too far…”  Akron Beacon Journal 7/16/2013



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