State Cuts Lead to More School Taxes

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Research Overview

Innovation Ohio has repeated our earlier analysis of the impact of state education funding cuts to local taxpayers, finding in a new analysis that Ohio taxpayers have approved $670 million in new operating funds for schools since May, 2011. This represents a 34% increase over the same period four years earlier, and includes over $10 million in taxes that can be attributed to the elimination of property tax relief in the most recent Kasich budget.

Read the full analysis here.

Read the press release.