• Nick Bates

News & Notes June 2, 2014

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News: More Millions, Akron Beacon Journal Notes: A summary of continuing a failed tax cut strategy. Simply put, tax cuts just haven’t worked in Ohio.  Government investments are investments in our priorities as the people of the state. 

News: To Help Poor Neighbors, Ohio needs to rebuild the Safety Net, Toledo Blade Notes: The federal government cuts programs, the state cuts programs. Fiscal responsibility does not mean forcing the ones with the fewest resources to suffer in difficult times. Fiscal responsibility means that Ohio policymakers identify ways to meet the needs of the community in a responsible manner, and not forcing the poorest Ohioans to bear the brunt of a bad economy. Asking the wealthiest Ohioans to pay their fair share to support our community is a good first step toward fiscal responsibility. 


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