Ohio governor gives voters the choice on one-cent sales tax hike for schools

Goldsmith, Steve
February 1998
Bond Buyer;02/19/98, Vol. 323 Issue 30334, p27
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Reports that Ohio voters will decide in a May 1998 ballot whether to approve a one-cent sales tax increase to pay for school construction bonds. Governor George Voinovich's signing of a bill to allow the election; Absence of sizing for the general obligation bonds that voters will authorize; Value of the school-construction backlog; Amount that the tax increase will produce in 1998-1999.


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