Chris Ferruso, Legislative Director for NFIB/Ohio, provided proponent testimony regarding H.B. 49, the state's operating budget, to the Ohio Senate Finance Committee on June 14, 2017.


The Municipal Tax Reform Coalition, on behalf of 30 of its members, wrote a letter addressed to the members of the Ohio Senate on June 14, 2017.


Greg Saul, Director of Tax Policy at the Ohio Society of CPAs, provided written testimony on H.B. 49 to the Ohio Senate Finance Committee on June 7, 2017.


Robert Brundrett, Director, Public Policy Services, for the Ohio Manufacturers' Association wrote a letter addressed to Scott Oelslager, Chairman of the Ohio Senate Finance Committee on June 1, 2017.


Scott Williams, Vice President, Public Policy, for the Ohio Association of REALTORS delivered testimony on the municipal net profit tax provisions of H.B. 49 before the Ohio House of Representatives Finance Committee on April 5, 2017.


Dennis Hetzel, President & Executive Director for the Ohio News Media Association wrote a letter addressed to Ohio House of Representatives Chairman Ryan Smith on March 15, 2017.


Greg R. Lawson, senior policy analyst at The Buckeye Institute for Public Policy Solutions submitted written testimony regarding municipal income tax to the Ohio House Ways & Means Committee on March 7, 2017.


The Associated General Contractors of Ohio, Ohio Contractors Association, National Electrical Contractors Association of Ohio, Mechanical Contractors Association of Ohio and Construction Employers Association provided written testimony on the proposal to centralize collection of business net profits tax to the Ohio House Ways & Means Committee on March 7, 2017.


Scott Drenkard, Economist & Director of State Projects, Tax Foundation, provided testimony on March 7, 2017 to the Ohio House Ways & Means Committee regarding enhancing simplicity in Ohio's municipal income tax system.


Jeff McClain, Director of Tax and Economic Policy for the Ohio Chamber of Commerce, provided testimony before the House Ways & Means Committee on H.B. 49 on March 7, 2017.


The Municipal Tax Reform Coalition wrote a letter addressed to the members of the Ohio House of Representatives, representing 31 partner organizations and several hundred thousand employers and professionals in Ohio on Feb. 27, 2017.