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Reform Ohio's Sales Tax!

Ohio Sales Tax Reform Incentive
Ohio Sales Tax Reform Incentive
55 Signatures Goal: 100

Difficult economic times call for careful review and innovation. The Ohio Sales tax Reform Incentive believes that Ohio's sales tax is oppressive in two ways. First, working families are burdened with an additional tax - often on items that that can't live without. We believe working families in Ohio deserve a break. Second, the only way to economic growth is to make Ohio a more viable place for companies to keep existing jobs and to create new ones. We believe a start to sales tax reform is the creation of a weekend sales tax holiday around back-to-school time. This will give working families a break and provide a sign to employers that Ohio is ready and willing to create an atmosphere that is friendly to retailers. We hope you agree with us that the Ohio Sales Tax Reform Incentive is a positive step in the right direction. If you do, sign our petition to show Columbus that Ohio stands behind sales tax reform!

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  • 7 years ago
    Mark Munroe United States
    7 years ago
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    sharon morgan United States
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    Jeff Arnold United States
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    Christine Gallion United States
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    David Mays United States
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    Tim Pederson United States
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    Jeff Sugden United States
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    Henry Johnson United States
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    Gary Morucci United States
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    Karyn Morucci United States
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    Jim Franklin United States
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    Tricia Catcott United States
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    Rafael Cruz Jr. United States
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    Gene Giangiuli United States
    7 years ago
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    Tommy O. Marlier United States
    7 years ago
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