John Kasich’s allies in the GOP have been touting a plan to merge into oblivion over half the existing state agencies. It’s been a plan that has largely been ignored as a “fringe” idea that the income GOP legislative leadership now is hell-bent on making a reality.
On Monday, we’ll examine the plan, what it means for Ohio, what it means for big business, and what it means for the Ohio budget.
Are the Republicans’ claim that it could save the State $1 billion a year well-founded? Is the plan workable? What does it mean for Ohio’s regulatory environment?
Categories2018 2020 Activism Budget Civil Rights Congressional Races Economy ECOT Education Environment Fair Elections Federal Governor's Race Governor DeWine Guns Health ICYMI Justice Labor LGBT Ohio Legislature Ohio Legislature Plunderbund Plunderbund Action Portman Presidential Safety Senate Race State State Government Statehouse Races Statehouse Races Swing State Voices Taxes and Spending Trump Women's Rights