• Nick Bates

News & Notes March 10, 2014

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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 for the wrong reasons. If the newspapers are correct, this is a tax shift that will benefit the wealthy.

News: Kasich must sell his new tax cut plan to GOP, Columbus Dispatch News: Ill-advised tax cuts aside, Ohio Gov. John Kasich’s mid-budget correctives offer a useful chance to fix policy: editorial, Cleveland Plain Dealer News: Smokers may pay for Kasich’s tax cut, Columbus Dispatch News: Governor wants top income tax below 5%, Cost to state is $600 million, Toledo Blade


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