Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Rep. Richard Adams Releases Statement on Passage of Historic Budget

Today, the Ohio House of Representatives passed a historic budget that successfully fills an $8 billion budget deficit without raising taxes on Ohioans. In addition to improving government efficiency and making Ohio more economically competitive, Substitute House Bill 153 makes significant improvements to the programs and services that matter most to Ohioans, while at the same time respecting Ohio’s taxpayers.

In response to the passage of Sub. H.B. 153, State Representative Richard Adams (R-Troy) has released the following statement: “The development of a two-year budget to spend taxpayer dollars was a difficult task. Taxes were not increased for operating state government. As a result, the Ohio economy will continue to improve, and more jobs will be created in the private sector during the challenging, national economic downturn.”

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