The Ohio House of Representatives today passed Substitute House Bill 5, legislation to revise laws governing the municipal income tax.
Sub. H.B. 5, which was jointly sponsored by State Representatives Cheryl Grossman (R-Grove City) and Mike Henne (R-Clayton), strives to make Ohio’s municipal income tax structure more conducive to business growth and economic development.
State Representative Mike Henne (R-Clayton) has announced that a bridge in Montgomery County will receive state funding for repairs, as part of an initiative by the Ohio Department of Transportation to repair and replace more than 200 county- and city-owned bridges statewide.
At a press conference at the Ohio Statehouse, State Representatives Cheryl Grossman (R-Grove City) and Mike Henne (R-Clayton) today unveiled the substitute bill of House Bill 5, legislation to revise laws governing the municipal income tax.
As the governor recently signed the state budget we passed in the legislature, I was pleased to see recognition of the value of early childhood education. The General Assembly’s pledge of $30 million in this area represents a serious commitment to Ohio’s children and should strengthen the state economically in the years to come.