Gov. John Kasich has until midnight Friday to sign the $65 billion state budget that would not only fill a revenue shortfall, but also make some major policy changes.
On this episode of PoliticsOhio, Statehouse News Bureau correspondent Andy Chow details what's in the budget proposal.
And he tells WYSO's Jerry Kenney there’s at least one item in the budget that could set the stage for a veto fight.
We also hear from Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley, who has been outspoken about her concerns over the budget's potential impact on residents and services in the city of Dayton.
In WYSO's PoliticsOhio, the WYSO news department talks with political reporters and experts from across Ohio about local and statewide news.