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The Battle of Ohio Municipal Tax is Here: Will Common Sense Prevail?

PDF/Printer Friendly Version June 4, 2018 The fight over Ohio’s municipal tax has continued. Currently, there are two Court of Appeals cases pending on the municipalities’ challenge to the constitutionality of the centralized collection and administration provisions. Taxpayers and the business community continue to defend against the threatened elimination of the important new features authorized by H.B. 5 of the 130th General Assembly and H.B. 49 of the 132nd General Assembly to make Ohio’s municipal tax less onerous. Below is an update on Ohio’s municipal tax developments. Lawsuit #1 - City of Athens, et. al. v. Testa, et. al. On February 21, 2018, Franklin County Court of Common Pleas

2018 Ohio Primary Election Results

PDF/Printer Friendly Version Tuesday Ohioans headed to the polls to vote on primaries for a wide array of offices including Governor, all statewide office holders, all Ohio House of Representatives districts and half of the Ohio Senate seats. Additionally congressional and US Senate members are also up for re-election this year and there was one hotly contested race to fill the seat vacated by now former Congressman Pat Tiberi. The Ohio Chamber of Commerce has compiled a list of unofficial primary winners. 2018 Primary Election Report - Here are a few of the top headlines from an exciting night in Ohio politics DeWine & Cordray Advance in Race to Replace Kasich The race for Governor was c

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