Rep. Clyde Votes Against Budget That Prioritizes The Rich And Leaves Middle-class Families Behind
Partisan budget provides tax breaks for the wealthy, cuts funds for local communities
June 26, 2015
 
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The Ohio House of Representatives voted this afternoon to approve the state’s two year operating budget, Substitute House Bill 64. Following the vote, State Rep. Kathleen Clyde (D-Kent) issued the following statement:


“Yet again, the ultra-conservative majority in the Ohio legislature has delivered a partisan budget that weakens middle-class families, prioritizes our state’s wealthiest individuals and attacks women’s health care.This budget cut 16 million dollars from local communities and increased taxes on working class Ohioans. I voted against House Bill 64 because it does not protect the best interest of everyday Ohioans, but instead continues to push our state in the wrong direction.” 

 
 
 
  
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