Terra Goodnight · February 24, 2013
This week, the Ohio House of Representatives is set to weigh in on Governor Kasich’s plan to borrow against future Turnpike tolls to fund ODOT’s statewide road construction program. House Bill 51 lays out the details of the Governor’s plans, many of which hardly resemble the promises made by the administration when they initially unveiled their plans for the roadway.
Compared to the plan unveiled by the Kasich administration in December, some important elements of the legislation look very different:
The House Finance Committee is set to hear public testimony on Tuesday, followed by a vote on Wednesday. Look up committee schedules and contact members here.
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