COLUMBUS - 

Chairman of the House Finance Committee, State Representative Ryan Smith (R-Bidwell), today released the following statement after receiving the budget proposal from Governor John Kasich:


“I commend Governor Kasich and his team for the work they have already put into this budget proposal. I look forward to reviewing the measures outlined in the bill and working closely with my colleagues in the legislature to ultimately agree on a plan that is best for Ohio.


“As we begin to look into this proposal more closely, we will continue to welcome feedback from Ohioans throughout the budget process. Our goal is to adopt reforms that will strengthen our economy and make Ohio more friendly to families and small business owners.”

 
 
 
  
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Ryan Smith Sworn In As State Representative Of The 93rd House District

 
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