• Nick Bates

Eroding the foundation

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Since the 2005 tax cuts, Ohio has lost jobs and reduced spending on education, community services, and public safety in our local communities. Tax cuts simply have not worked.  Before any further tax cuts in Ohio – let alone eliminating the revenue entirely – Ohio should decide what kind of state we want.  Ohio could strengthen the foundation of our communities and economy by reducing college tuition, expanding pre-school access, and making our communities safer. Common sense public investments, like these and others, will strengthen our communities and improve the quality of life for all Ohioans.


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