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Amy Hanauer at to speak at City Club July 25th. Register Now.

Let’s create an Ohio economy that works…for all of us.
Policy Matters Ohio director Amy Hanauer to deliver the Friday Forum this July 25th at the City Club of Cleveland.
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Friday, July 25th

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Dayton Ohio, Denver, ending Regional Job Piracy

This report by Good Jobs First finds that smart economic development measures in Dayton and Denver curb regional job piracy.

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Sprawling Job Piracy among Cities and Suburbs Can Be Ended
 

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Big cuts for the wealthy, few new jobs

Big tax breaks to the wealthy in MBR, with little job growth; unemployment rate falls as workers leave the labor force; the Supreme Court gives predatory payday lenders a pass on triple digit interest rates; but severance taxes to cover public costs of fracking are “puny;” and Director Amy Hanauer to rally the City Club of Cleveland on making our Ohio economy work…for all of us.

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Cuts and Breaks, but Few New Jobs

Big tax breaks to the welathy in MBR, with little job growth; unemployment rate falls as workers leave the labor force; the Supreme Court gives predatory payday lenders a pass on triple digit interest rates; but severance taxes to cover public costs of fracking are “puny;” and Director Amy Hanauer to rally the City Club of Cleveland on making our Ohio economy work…for all of us.

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Ohio’s tax cuts favor the affluent, do not create jobs

Ohio’s new tax cuts favor the wealthy,  families and neighborhoods pay.  Abandoned houses dot the landscape, community efforts to get quality pre-K off the ground need a boost, and shocking infant mortality rates go unchecked, while jobs growth languishes.

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This piece originally appeared on cleveland.com.

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New Ohio Tax Cuts Go Mostly to Wealthiest

For immediate release
Contact: Zach Schiller, 216.361.9801
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Report also details tax breaks in the Mid-Biennium Review
Most of the more than $400 million in tax cuts this fiscal year in the budget bill recently approved by the Ohio General Assembly will go to affluent Ohioans, according to a report issued today by Policy Ma

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Cuts and Breaks

Most of the $400 million-plus in tax cuts for Fiscal Year 2015 will go the affluent. The Mid-Biennium Review also continues with an unfortunate Ohio tradition of permitting or enlarging tax benefits to special, narrow groups of taxpayers.

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June 2014 Ohio CASH E-news

Ohio CASH 2nd Quarter Meeting Follow-up

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Think Globally, Innovate Locally

Director Amy Hanauer weighs in on the power of local communities to create positive change in a national climate that has often left families behind

This article appeared originally in Dissent Magazine.
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