State Budgeting Matters


State Budgeting Matters is a periodic in-depth review of critical issues related to Ohio’s budget and their impact on health, social, and economic conditions around the state.  Links to SBMs from the past few years are provided below.

 

 

2018-2019 State Budget, As Introduced: Ohio Departments of Job and Family Services, Mental Health and Addiction Services, and Aging

By Tara Britton, Lynde Fellow & Director of Public Policy
Brie Lusheck, Public Policy Associate
April, 2017

As Governor Kasich’s final state budget makes its way through the Ohio House, this edition of State Budgeting Matters takes a closer look at the Ohio Departments of Job and Family Services, Mental Health and Addiction Services, and Aging budget requests, as introduced. The report explores the state’s TANF spending plan, senior nutrition, multi-system youth and many other issues impacting the Ohio’s health and human services. 

Read the full report here.  


2018-2019 State Budget, As Introduced: Ohio Department of Medicaid

By Loren Anthes , Public Policy Fellow
March, 2017

Governor Kasich has introduced his last biennial budget, continuing many of the reforms his administration has implemented in Ohio’s Medicaid program. Now that the budget is out, what are the numbers behind these policies and what should policymakers and advocates know?

Read the full report here.   

 

 

 

 

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