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Where are we (Ohioans) headed for in 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008?
Is Ohio really trying to revamp the Tax-Code to be fairer for all Ohioans?
Is your County Sales-Tax going UP soon WITHOUT YOUR VOTE ?
12 COUNTIES IN OHIO INCREASED/ING THEIR PIGGY-BACK
SALES-TAX BY 1/2 OF A PERCENT SINCE OCTOBER 1st of 2005.
10 OF THEM DID/DOING IT WITHOUT A VOTE OF THEIR RESIDENTS,
SIMPLY THROUGH A VOTE BY THEIR COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.
THOSE 10 COUNTIES WERE/ARE:
BUTLER - 10/01/05
CLINTON - 10/01/05
COSHOCTON - 01/01/06
DARKE - 10/01/05
FRANKLIN - 10/01/05
HENRY - 10/01/05
HIGHLAND - 07/01/05
LICKING - 01/01/06
PIKE - 01/01/06
TRUMBULL - 07/01/05
Will this become the NEW trend in Ohio, encouraged by our State Legislators ??
* * * MAY 3, 2005 ELECTION: OHIO SCHOOL ISSUES * * *
Advisory - On March 8th, 2005, SB-96 was introduced by
Mandatory Sales-Tax Situs Destination/Sourcing: July 1, 2005.
Ohio Senate President Harris - Making Ohio Business
Coming July 1, 2005 - An additional 2 cent per gallon Ohio Tax on Gasoline.
Coming July 1, 2005 - Mandatory destination Sales-Tax requiements
for Ohio businesses to charge the sales-tax rate of the County that
taxable goods are being shipped to within Ohio. All shipping cost
associated with taxable sales, have also been subject to the Ohio
Sales-Tax since August 1, 2003.
01/26/2005 - In an interview with the new Ohio Senate President Bill Harris,
Senator Harris states that the temporary "penny" sales-tax increase (that is
due to end July 1st of this year) will most likely be allowed to expire, however,
a "NEW" ADDITIONAL sales-tax will be attempted to be passed that will
perhaps be used to lower Ohio's Income-Tax rate!
January 2005 - It's been reported that both the University
of Toledo and
Bowling Green University have been talking with Ohio Legislators concerning
trying to convience them that a portion of Ohio's Sales-Tax Revenues be
earmarked for Ohio's Higher Education to help offset additional Tuition
increases being proposed by Ohio's Universities.
January 2005 - It has been reported that Ohio Governor/Legislators are
considering an additional Cigarette-Tax between 45 and 75 cents per pack
to help plug an upcoming 5 BILLION DOLLAR STATE DEFICIT!
January 2005 - In an interview with Ohio's new Speaker of the House
Jon Husted, Representative Husted stated that he disagrees that Sales-Tax
is a Regressive-Tax, and that it maybe the way that Ohio can have the money
to "Create Jobs"! Ohio Public Radio/TV News aired on the "State of Ohio".
January 2005 - The Third Frontier Progarm (ISSUE 1 in 2003) which
failed in 2003, is coming back in 2005. Instead of a $500,000,000,00
(500 Million) proposed bond/loan that Ohio taxpayers would be put
on the hook for (GRF payments), it is being considered to be expanded to
$2,400,000,000.00 (2.4 Billion)!!
01/05/2005 - Bruce Johnson (State Development Director) was also
sworn in as Ohio's Lieutenant Governor.
He will continue as the Director of the Ohio Department of Development,
as well as, Chair both the Jobs Cabinet, created by Taft in 2004, and the
Third Frontier Commission. It has also been reported that Governor Taft
would like Bruce Johnson to oversee Ohio's Tax- Reform effort.
Much more coming!
President Bush is being wrongfully blamed for Ohio's problems !
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