July Tax Collections Beat State Estimates

Aug 8, 2012

The state's Office of Budget and Management says July tax revenues are up 5 percent over estimates. That means 69 million additional dollars for state coffers. State budget director Tim Keen also says Medicaid spending for July met previous estimates, but it's too early in the fiscal year to know what affect it will have.  Keen spoke about the numbers with Ohio Public Radio's Karen Kasler.