Cincinnati Enquirer: Opinion: Massive Ohio subsidy deals need transparency, accountability
The state of Ohio and its privatized economic development agency, JobsOhio, are secretly committing billions of public dollars to wealthy corporations. The public is being excluded, and it’s unclear how safe or beneficial the deals will ultimately be for Ohioans.
There is Intel, Honda and others in the works. Writing in the Cincinnati Enquirer, Good Jobs First Senior Research Analyst Kasia Tarczynska explains what is at stake, and how the state can ensure better and more equitable economic development.
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