We looked inside some of the tweets by @BuckeyeInstGreg and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
No federal relief leaves states, cities facing big deficits https://t.co/UU2zpSf3uj
Wake up call 4 cities-especially in #Oh with a uniquely bad #municipalincometax-they are going 2 need 2 focus on core services & dispense with non-essential spending 4 the foreseeable future. The economic & #tax revenue impact of #COVID19 are going 2 be with us 4 a long time. https://t.co/oAMezY9raA
Good piece by @RichExner! "People who do not live in a city and don’t work in a city, nonetheless are being taxed in a city. The Buckeye Institute’s lawsuit challenges that as unconstitutional.” Buckeye’s Robert Alt on #OH’s pandemic tax law. https://t.co/GXFg37PMix
Lt. Gov. @JonHusted: 2 weeks ago, we announced that the state will allocate $50 million through a grant program to help provide hotspots and internet-enabled devices to students. This program will officially launch this coming Monday. Visit https://t.co/Ds2GjnoKco to apply.
This is a good step @LtGovHusted. #Broadband is critical for #education, especially during ongoing #COVID19 disruptions. Would encourage @JonHusted & @GovMikeDeWine to consider #EducationSavingsAccounts as well 2 help students needing more help in this time of stress. https://t.co/HFUmcwL0tg
.@GovMikeDeWine’s second COVID-19 test, taken at Ohio State in Columbus, comes back negative. The 73-yr-old DeWine, who has asthma, tested positive after a rapid test administered by the White House before a planned meeting w President Trump.
This is good news. https://t.co/iRhYySEoZI
Spot on. Kudos @OHSupremeCourt. This might be the most critical #CriminalJusticeReform reform we can do in #Oh. The data we will get from this will help inform many other potential policies. Without it, we are making progress, but slower than it could, and should, be. https://t.co/SXoVw7mJN2
Buckeye joined a coalition of 38 nationally recognized groups led by @WILawLiberty on an amicus brief in Michigan v. DeVos calling for CARES Act money to be distributed fairly & equitably to serve all students and help all schools safely reopen https://t.co/r45OYC9x1u
Exactly this. https://t.co/UxHxoF13H7
ICYMI: A thread...1)JMOC, the legislative committee charged to provide continuing oversight of all facets of the Medicaid program (and on which I serve), hasn’t met this year. This is particularly egregious given known issues with both PBM contracts and the enrollment system. 1/5 https://t.co/KpWUq3gdO4
JMOC is going to have its work cut out for it the rest of this year and next as billions of new $ flow through #Oh #Medicaid during #COVID19. Many issues to work through. This is only one, but taxpayers are going to need to trust the system now more than ever. https://t.co/bw4e1uK6BN
Thanks to @GovMikeDeWine’s staff and @OhioMedicaid for meeting with pharmacists this afternoon to discuss logistics and strategies to increase patient access to COVID-19 testing at pharmacies. We’re dedicated to making Ohio a model for other states to follow. #InThisTogetherOhio