The two-year state budget is headed to a conference committee Tuesday to work out significant differences between the House and Senate versions. And there isn’t much time to deal, because the budget must be signed by Sunday night.
The House version of the two-year state budget eliminates a tax break that has been both praised by fans and panned by critics – a $40 million a year tax credit for the movie industry. But researchers from the left and right say it doesn’t pay off.
The House version of Gov. Mike DeWine’s budget is expected sometime today, and there are big changes coming in it. And the timeline is getting tight, since it has to pass the legislature and be signed by the end of next month.