From the Canton Repository
“The heavily amended bill, approved by the Ohio House and Senate during the recent lame-duck session, would expand the sales-tax exemption for tangible personal property for the oil and gas industry, resulting in tax breaks estimated by the Ohio Department of Taxation at $264 million. In an unusual move, the General Assembly made the tax breaks retroactive to June 30, 2010, requiring the state to make sizable refunds.” (consumer's tax money)
Ohio Legislature freezes alternate energy requirements for five years. The claim is that the plan if, implemented would raise rates on consumers.
Posted by Paul Hunter