Ohio Report for Monday, April 27, 2015 Senate Report

Healthier Buckeye Advisory Council Focuses On Budget Proposals At Inaugural Meeting

A new state advisory council charged with developing local methods to help reduce reliance on public assistance examined biennial budget proposals aiming to move Ohioans out of poverty as it kicked off its work Monday.

The Healthier Buckeye Advisory Council, which was created under the mid-biennium review budget (HB483, 130th General Assembly), spent the majority of its inaugural meeting looking at where the state is currently and where the Kasich Administration would like to go in addressing poverty-related issues in the upcoming biennium.


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