Commercial Activities Tax en Ohio Supreme Court Says State Can’t Continue to Collect CAT on Fuel <p>The Ohio Supreme Court has ruled the state cannot continue to a certain kind of tax money for non highway projects.</p><p>The state is spending about 140 million dollars each year that it gets from the commercial activities tax on fuel purchases for things that don’t involve highway maintenance and construction.&nbsp; A couple of county engineers and some businesses thought that was a violation of the state constitution because, under it, tax money collected on fuel is to go for highway purposes.&nbsp;</p> Mon, 10 Dec 2012 13:04:00 +0000 Jo Ingles (Ohio Public Radio) 26167 at