(COLUMBUS, Ohio)—Ohio Governor Mike DeWine has signed Ohio's Fiscal Year 2022-2023 budget bill into law.
Am. Sub. House Bill 110, which includes an income tax cut for all Ohioans, supports the priorities of the DeWine-Husted Administration by launching a strategic effort to invest more than $1 billion toward accelerating economic growth and ensuring economic vitality.
The new operating budget invests in growing a skilled workforce, expanding access to affordable childcare, addressing substance use disorders, supporting citizen mental health and wellbeing, expanding access to broadband, enhancing K-12 learning, expanding priority health programs, supporting local government, and aiding in public safety.
Fact sheets highlighting the details of Governor DeWine’s priority budget investments can be found in the following links:
- Investing in Ohio's Future: Thriving Economy
- Investing in Ohio's Future: Healthy People
- Investing in Ohio's Future: Renewed Communities
The budget signed today by Governor DeWine included 14 line-item vetoes.