Ohio’s economy stands to lose $40 billion if the debt limit isn’t raised, and it comes from programs that serve the most vulnerable people in our state.
7/22/11 • (1)
The latest version of the budget in Conference Committee still does not contain any money to repay loans from the Federal governments for unemployment compensation. As things stand right now these payments will cause this budget to be unbalanced come as early as this September. And the Governor doesn’t have a plan to fix it.
6/17/11 • (0)
Plain Dealer publishes article following up on analysis done here that Kasich’s budget is out of balance. Due to interest payments the administration thought they wouldn’t have to pay the feds, it now looks like that is less likely and the administration is going to have to find funds to fill the gap.
4/05/11 • (0)
Interest payments on unemployment loans from the Feds are coming due in September and those numbers are not included in the Governor’s proposed budget. Could Kasich’s budget already be $194 million in the hole?
3/29/11 • (2)
The new GOP majority in the US House of Representatives has promised to cut $100 billion from the current fiscal year. These cuts are deep and severe, targeting a variety of programs, ranging from the predictable conservative targets such as the National Endowment of the Arts and Public Broadcasting, to Economic Development Assistance and the [...]
2/14/11 • (3)