Keary McCarthy · January 26, 2015
No amount of message reframing will change the fact that conservative economic policies hurt poor and middle-class families. In Ohio, under Gov. John Kasich:
Gov. Kasich’s inaugural address focused on lifting up the poor. Because of the Affordable Care Act, Ohio was able to expand Medicaid. As I pointed out in a column in The Dispatch over the weekend, as far as policies that lift up the poor under Gov. John Kasich, Medicaid expansion is the exception not the rule.
Perhaps this could change in the upcoming state budget, which is due out in the first week of February. The state budget is a massive document that affects every level of state government and can impact the lives of Ohioans in every corner of the state.
As we prepare for this year’s upcoming budget debate, we thought it would be helpful to look back at some of the more notable provisions from the last state budget. We’ll be sharing our analyses from the last budget over the course of the week on Twitter and Facebook.
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