Crain’s Cleveland | Ohio lawmakers move to restore small-business tax break for lawyers and lobbyists
Published in Crain’s Cleveland Business
October 11, 2019 02:03 PM
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The Columbus Dispatch reports that Ohio House members voted 90-0 Oct. 11 to kill a portion of the state budget that eliminated the small-business income deduction exclusively for lawyers and lobbyists. The decision to eliminate the tax break was made during the 11th hour of budget negotiations in July.
The removal of that tax break left the legal profession confused and irate. “I’m not disappointed, I’m pissed,” Ohio lawyer Brittany O’Diam Horseman said at the time in reaction to the change.
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