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Cleveland's Method of Taxing Professional Athletes Unconstitutional

On Draft Day, the Supreme Court of Ohio Rules in Favor of Two Former NFL Players In two separate unanimous 7 to 0 opinions issued today (the first day of the National Football League ("NFL") draft), the Supreme Court of Ohio ruled that the method by which the City of Cleveland computes the portion of a professional athlete’s income that the city subjects to its income tax is unconstitutional, and that a professional athlete must be present in the City of Cleveland to be subject to the city’s income tax. CLICK HERE FOR FULL BUZZ

Ohio House Passes Budget Proposal on to the Senate

Last week, the Ohio House of Representatives, led by Speaker Cliff Rosenberger, passed its version of the biennial budget, Substitute House Bill 64 ("the House Budget Bill"). The Budget Bill was passed on a bipartisan basis, by a vote of 63-36. Governor John Kasich released his framework for the biennial budget in February. The House made sweeping changes to the proposed state budget by eliminating nearly all of Governor Kasich's proposed tax increases, while still providing an across-the-board personal income tax (PIT) cut for everyone and an increased personal income tax deduction for small business owners. CLICK HERE FOR FULL BUZZ

Ohio House Passes State Budget And Sends To Senate For Consideration

This week the Ohio House of Representatives finished up their work on the proposed two year state budget bill (“H.B. 64”) and passed the baton to the Ohio Senate. However, the House's work was far from a stamp of approval of the Governor's original proposal. They left their mark by revamping or removing most OF Governor John Kasich's tax proposals, as well as making changes to school funding and tweaking many other programs and dollar allocations. CLICK HERE FOR FULL BUZZ

Ohio House Budget Proposal: Income Tax Cuts With No Business Tax Increases

This week, the Ohio House Republican Leadership, led by Speaker Cliff Rosenberger, released its changes to the proposed state biennial budget, House Bill 64. The legislation has been undergoing weeks of public testimony in the House since Governor John Kasich released his framework and proposal in February. The House has made sweeping changes to the proposed state budget by eliminating nearly all proposed tax increases, while still providing an across-the-board personal income tax (PIT) cut for everyone and an increased personal income tax deduction for smaller businesses. CLICK HERE FOR FULL BUZZ

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