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In our latest eNews: a policy brief on energy efficiency, analysis of what Cuyahoga County’s two largest private nonprofit hospital systems would pay in property taxes if they weren’t exempt, a look at why current rules on help for dislocated workers should stay, and a call to continue federal assistance for the unemployed.
Unemployment insurance helps keep workers in the labor market, making sure they have transportation to job interviews and money to cover other expenses needed to look for work. Congress should keep this important program alive.
Smart state policy can foster energy efficiency in Ohio while creating jobs and helping reboot the state’s economic recovery. This energy brief pulls together our recommendations to help position Ohio for a better tomorrow.
Cuyahoga County’s two largest private nonprofit hospital systems together would owe tens of millions of dollars a year in additional property tax if their exempt properties in Cleveland were subject to taxation.
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Download press release (1 pg) Full report Cuyahoga County’s two largest private nonprofit hospital systems, the Cleveland Clinic and University Hospitals, together would owe tens of millions of dollars a year in additional property tax if the
Patrick O’Donnell covered the press conference with the Cleveland Teachers Union and Common Good Ohio that highlighted our examination of how much Cleveland two largest private nonprofit hospital systems would pay if they didn’t benefit from property tax exemptions.