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Ohio can do Better


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16% of Ohioans are in poverty.

Nearly 2 million Ohioans struggle to put food on the table.

Tuition is rising, and

Paychecks are stagnant.

The Ohio House introduced their version of the budget earlier this week and they continue to follow the same failed strategy – tax cuts that will primarily benefit the wealthy. The House Republicans proposed a $1.2 billion income tax that will prevent the state from addressing poverty, reducing tuition, and fixing our failing infrastructure.

Write your legislator a quick email and ask them to invest in our communities and not tax cuts that simply don’t work!

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