Ohio lawmakers rush to put tax increase before voters in May

Goldsmith, Steve
February 1998
Bond Buyer;02/05/98, Vol. 323 Issue 30325, p3
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Reports on the efforts of Ohio lawmakers to meet a deadline to put a half-cent sales tax increase up for voter approval in May 1998. Use of tax hike as part of a school aid package; Evaluation of legislation that would allow the state to sell general obligation bonds to finance local school construction; House Republicans' opposition to the sales tax hike.


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