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Posted May 21, 2014 in eNews
In this eNews: The childcare “cliff” leaves vulnerable families without help, before they can make it alone; the foreclosure crisis continues to threaten Ohio families and create blight; a new resolution could fund crucial elder... read more
Posted May 01, 2014 in eNews
n this eNews: How an income-tax repeal would affect Ohioans; lackluster job growth in March; a shout-out from Cincinnati CityBeat; and staffing changes at Policy Matters.
Bad Deal – Gov. John Kasich has made clear his... read more
Posted April 14, 2014 in eNews
In this eNews: What’s happened with Gov. John Kasich’s tax proposals in the Ohio House; fracking’s impact in Carroll County, Ohio, part of a three-state shale research effort; why shifting registration for unemployment compensation online... read more
Posted March 19, 2014 in eNews
In this eNews: Ohio slashes aid for post-secondary education; Policy Matters joins other states in calling for regional approach to frack tax; new Kasich tax proposal would mean cuts for wealthiest, higher taxes for low... read more
Posted March 04, 2014 in eNews
In this eNews: How much pizza you’d be able to buy with your tax cut; state policy can help our communities thrive; tax-dodging Ohio companies; inequality; tax cuts and weak growth; wrapping the community around... read more
Posted February 11, 2014 in eNews
In this week’s eNews: We are hiring, a map of free tax prep services around Ohio, too many households one crisis way from financial devastation, mixed marks for Ohio on long-term planning, Ohio’s weakening disclosure... read more
Posted January 28, 2014 in eNews
In this week’s eNews: Why Ohio’s top-rated urban district and charter schools shouldn’t be compared to other urban schools; recommendations for a fair and adequate state tax system; a severance tax proposal that undervalues Ohio’s... read more
Posted January 09, 2014 in eNews
In our latest eNews: Ohio’s minimum-wage boost, new limits on the state’s homestead exemption for seniors, job loss, federal emergency unemployment benefits, and the War on Poverty at 50. And last but not least, a... read more