Governor Presents Two-Year Budget Plan, No Tax Increases

COLUMBUS, Ohio (News Talk 1480 WHBC) – Governor Mike DeWine presented his two-year budget proposal on Monday.

It’s a $75 billion plan that has no tax increases, but does raise motor vehicle registration fees $10 and title fees by two-dollars in order to fund the State Highway Patrol.

The plan includes a $1 billion COVID relief plan for businesses and communities to be funded largely by federal dollars.

There is criticism of a $50 million ad campaign designed to encourage people in other states to move to Ohio.