Earlier this week the Dayton Daily News reported that Ohio recently saw its population of young adults rise by 2% after seeing a severe drop in that age group (ages 20 to 34) over the previous two decades. The paper reasoned that an improving economy might be helping to reverse “the much-dreaded brain drain.”
John Kasich’s campaign jumped at the news, sending out a fundraising email (see below) claiming responsibility for the reversing trend and citing a completely unrelated and totally subjective ranking given by CEO Magazine as proof.
One fact you won’t read in the Kasich/Taylor email: […]Full Story... →
John Kasich has a new Jindal-Lite plan to raise taxes on Ohioans, and the legislature has 1 week to mull it over.
The conference committee for the Ohio budget has reported out a plan with completely different tax provisions than either chamber. It dramatically raises sales taxes and property taxes to finance a tax cut for business investors and an income tax cut for the rich, with a number of other brand new changes.
Whose taxes are going up?
Pays sales tax Doesn’t pay sales tax Ohioans who buy things Non-Ohioans People with no […]Full Story... →