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OH Budget Clears Hurdle

Ohioans would see state income taxes eliminated or cut by a healthy margin depending on their income under the latest version of the state budget, now approved by the state House and sent to the Senate for further consideration. The $69 billion spending plan would also increase the minimum salary for Ohio teachers from $20,000 to $30,000 annually, add $125 million to Gov. DeWine’s education proposal, and significantly boost spending for foster care, with $60 million allocated over two years.

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