Ohio’s Operating Budget: One Month Later

Now that a month has passed since the state operating budget has been signed by Governor DeWine, we have had a chance to fully digest the contents. As you are probably aware, the major headline in the press was the 17-day delay in getting it passed. And while it may appear that the budget was […]

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Gov. Kasich is Closed-minded on Regulatory Reform

On the last day before Sub. SB 221 would have inadvertently become law, with or without a signature, Gov. Kasich vetoed the bill.  SBCO’s founder was not terribly surprised by the decision but was hoping that the governor would at least take no action and merely let it become law.   Immediately after SBCO got […]

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SBCO Advocates for Protecting Employers from Certain Occupational Licensure Board Practices

This morning, SBCO submitted a written letter of support for SB 255, a bill that gives the legislature expanded authority and oversight over state occupational boards. Here is the text of our letter: Chairman William Coley II Senate Government Oversight and Reform Committee 1 Capitol Square, 1st Floor Columbus, OH 43215 Chairman Coley and members […]

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