Four years later, Republican tax reform plan still being debated

Columbus, OH – Four years ago, Republicans who then dominated the Ohio legislature passed a major tax reform plan. The plan approved on a party line vote changed taxes on familes and businesses. Despite the partisan vote, the man who's been Ohio's top jobs official for the past 2 years--a longtime Democrat--is praising the reforms, especially the ones impacting companies. That along with the recession is sparking renewed debate. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen reports.