Intel incentives, armed teachers and more: Gov. Mike DeWine signs bills into law

Jun 15, 2022 View Original Article
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66% : Gov. Mike DeWine is expected to sign around 20 bills into law this week, ranging from hot-button topics such as reducing training for armed teachers to $3.5 billion in state spending, including Intel incentives.
56% : That included:Of some contention were alterations to Ohio's income-based voucher program allowing children to attend private schools.
54% : Critics of rent control say it suppresses property values, violates property owners' rights and hampers the free market.
47% :Republican lawmakers also added protections for charter schools, such as reducing the possibility of penalties or low marks in evaluations.

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