DeWine, Taylor say keep cutting state taxes
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine and Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor both say that Ohioans’ taxes are too high and that the state’s $32 billion annual budget could be spent more effectively.
But the GOP candidates for governor in the May 8 primary don’t offer many specifics on what they would cut to offset a drop in state revenue.
Taylor is decidedly more adventurous on taxation as both candidates pursue votes to