CAT tax exemption a significant part of state budget

The exemption of the Commercial Activity Tax (CAT) for licensed grain handlers is a significant part of the new state budget signed by Governor John Kasich over the weekend. Ohio AgriBusiness Association CEO Chris Henney explains why in his conversation with Dale Minyo.

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Ohio Ag Weather and Forecast April 9, 2021

Not much going on over Ohio today, as we take a look at the forecast update, we're still seeing some scattered at showers lingering in Northeastern parts of Ohio. This is just part of the feature that came through overnight last night for the bulk of the state today, we see clouds and some sunshine, but I don't think we see a lot more precipitation.

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