Slashing red tape

Bill to reform Ohio’s municipal-tax code will help in many ways

The Columbus Dispatch (December 13, 2014)

A long-needed simplification of Ohio’s overly burdensome municipal-tax code is one of the best, most-revolutionary things to come out of the lame-duck session of the legislature.

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HB5 Sponsor Holds Out Possibility of State Funds to Address Shortfalls

The Hannah Report (November 14, 2014)

Reps. Cheryl Grossman (R-Grove City) and Mike Henne (R-Clayton) took their case for passage of their municipal tax reform bill, HB5, to the Senate Ways and Means Committee Thursday, where they outlined the history of the issue and provided an overview of the bill which attempts to simplify the state's "complicated municipal tax system" and reduce the compliance burden on businesses while helping to make Ohio more competitive, thus strengthening the state's economy.

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