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State Representative Gary Scherer (R-Circleville) has announced that the House Tax Reform Legislative Study Committee will be meeting next week.


The hearing will be held Tuesday, September 3rd at the Bowling Green City Council Chambers (304 North Church Street, Bowling Green, OH 43402) at 10 a.m. All tax issues will be up for discussion, with the exception of the municipal income tax.


Anyone wishing to offer testimony should submit a written version of the testimony to Alex Goodman at (614)644-7928 or Alex.Goodman@ohiohouse.gov by Friday evening. Due to the limited time available for testimony, Chairman Scherer asks that it is limited to five minutes per presentation to allow adequate time for questions and conversation.


The Tax Reform Study Committee is one of three study committees being conducted this summer by the Ohio House of Representatives.

 
 
 
  
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