Sales Tax Senate Continues To Alter State Budget As Deadline Looms By Ohio Public Radio • Jun 12, 2019 Republican Ohio Senate leaders say the two-year state budget plan they released yesterday represents some of the changes they wanted to make to the House version. Plan Would Make Textbooks Exempt From State Sales Tax By Ohio Public Radio • Nov 1, 2017 Ohio Public Radio Textbooks can cost college students thousands of dollars a semester. State lawmakers are considering a plan to change that. Bipartisan Support For Bill To Eliminate "Pink Tax" By Ohio Public Radio • Feb 20, 2017 dontmesswithtaxes.com Some Ohio lawmakers are pushing a bill they say would save consumers, and in particular women, 4 million dollars a year. Lawmakers And Policy Advocates Give Budget Proposal Mixed Reviews By Ohio Public Radio • Jan 31, 2017 Andy Chow / Ohio Public Radio State lawmakers and policy advocates are sounding off in response to Governor John Kasich’s proposal to cut income taxes while increasing other taxes to pay for those tax cuts. Kasich Budget Calls For Income Tax Cut, Other Tax Increases, Fee For Medicaid Services By Associated Press & Ohio Public Radio • Jan 31, 2017 Ohio Public Radio Ohio Governor John Kasich released his two year, 66.9 billion dollar state budget proposal yesterday. Democrats Unveil State Legislative Agenda By Jim Letizia • Jan 28, 2016 Ohio Public Radio Minority Democrats in the Ohio Legisature have laid out their agenda on economic and educational issues they say majority Republicans are ignoring. The Battle Over What To Do With New Sales Taxes Collected By Amazon By Ohio Public Radio • Jun 3, 2015 Amazon is now collecting state sales tax thanks to a new agreement that means the company will put three data and cloud computing facilities in central Ohio.