COLUMBUS—Today, Senator Michael Rulli (R-Salem) joined his colleagues in passing Substitute House Bill 110, the Senate's budget proposal for Ohio's FY 2022-2023 biennium.
"In this budget, the Ohio Senate cut taxes and provided funding for a number of projects that will have a direct impact in the Mahoning Valley," said Rulli. "I am proud we are taking significant steps to help the working men and women of Ohio, as well as local students who will make up the workforce of tomorrow."
Major provisions in the Senate's plan include a five percent income tax cut for working Ohioans, a financially sustainable school funding plan that starts with the professional at the front of the classroom, investments in local governments, and boosting health and human services.
Additionally, Senator Rulli highlighted a number of key provisions that will have a major impact in the the local community and across the state of Ohio, including: