Terra Goodnight · April 10, 2013
Yesterday, a House committee adopted a version of the state two-year budget (Sub. H.B. 59) that represents a dramatic change from what was introduced by Governor Kasich in early February.
In brief, here’s what’s in and what’s out:
Oil and Gas
Testimony on the changes began today and will continue Thursday and Friday. Next week, additional amendments and a vote are expected in the House Finance committee, with final consideration by the full House of Representatives on Thursday.
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