• Nick Bates

Special Sneak Peek:

If you’re savvy enough to be following this blog, then you get the first public glimpse at – check it out!

There will be a press conference tomorrow in Columbus and a press call on Thursday to being to spread the word around the state.

With county-by-county research on the effects of the current budget on both local government – which includes health and human services, children’s services, libraries, etc. – and education, shows the millions that add up to the billions in cuts statewide.  The dollars then result in real impacts in communities that newspapers have captured in their headlines around the state since the current biennial went into affect in July 2011.

Please help spread the word by sharing this tool on Facebook and sending your friends to see the cuts in their county.

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