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Democrats, Other Interests Weigh In Ahead Of SOTS Speech
Tuesday, April 9, 2024

The top-ranking Democrats in the House and Senate expect Gov. Mike DeWine to paint a rosy picture of the state's economy in his State of the State Address on Wednesday.

Income Tax Refunds Blamed For Latest Monthly State Revenue Miss
Monday, April 8, 2024

State tax revenues in all four major categories again failed to hit the mark in March after a one-time bounce back following two months of shortfalls.

Tax Revenues Return To Normal Patterns, OBM Director Says
Friday, March 8, 2024

State tax receipts bounced back to better-than-expected levels in February after two consecutive months of shortfalls, the latest data from the Office of Budget & Management shows.

Facilities Commission Selects Next Executive Director
Thursday, February 22, 2024

The Ohio Facilities Construction Commission did not have to look far for its next leader.

State Tax Receipts Fall Short Again, But Investment Returns Up
Thursday, February 8, 2024

Shortly after the House advanced a $2 billion spending plan, the Office of Budget & Management released early numbers showing state tax receipts came in below estimates for the second month in a row.

Latest Financial Reports Show State Spending On Schedule
Friday, January 12, 2024

State programs cost the general fund $644.1 million less than expected so far this fiscal year, but the total tab continues to run ahead of estimates due to earlier than expected transfers.

OBM Attributes November Payment Variances To Timing
Friday, December 15, 2023

The timing of cash transfers authorized by the last capital budget once again pushed November disbursements above estimate.

Credit Bureau Hands Ohio Its Third 'AAA' Status
Friday, December 8, 2023

The state of Ohio continues turning up aces in the eyes of the nation's major credit bureaus.

State Tax Receipts Remain Ahead Of Year-To-Date Estimates
Thursday, December 7, 2023

November tax receipts were near target according to recent early data, coming in just 1% above the monthly estimate.

Bond Refunding 'Beneficial' At This Time, OBM Director Says
Monday, December 4, 2023

The Public Facilities Commission has approved the refinancing of up to $500 million worth of bonds, saving the state an anticipated $44.6 million, Office of Budget & Management Director Kimberly Murnieks said in an interview.

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