Ohio Council of Retail Merchants Back To School Sales Tax Holiday By Ohio Public Radio • Aug 4, 2017 Dan Konik If you need to buy some school supplies for the kids or even some new clothes for yourself, this might be the weekend to do it. Ohio Retailers Worried About Proposed Federal Tax On Imports By Associated Press • Feb 25, 2017 renacci.house.gov Some retailers worried that a contentious proposed tax on imports would hurt business have voiced concerns to an Ohio Republican congress member who is on a tax-writing legislative committee. Increase In 2016 Ohio Holiday Retail Spending Projected To Be Lower Than In Past Years By Associated Press • Nov 22, 2016 University of Cincinnati researchers predict a 1.54 percent increase in Ohio holiday retail shopping this year, a rate lower than in recent years. Businesses Push For Permanent State Sales Tax Holiday By Ohio Public Radio • Feb 18, 2016 Ohio Public Radio Ohio retailers are using a new study to push lawmakers to enact a permanent three-day sales tax holiday in August for clothing and school supplies. Think Tank Survey Shows Significant Opposition To Federal Internet Tax By Jim Letizia & Ohio Public Radio • Jul 18, 2014 A conservative-leaning think tank says a majority of Ohioans are against a proposed federal internet sales tax law. Dueling Studies On Ohio’s Tax Reform System By Ohio Public Radio • Jul 23, 2013 Some Ohio retailers say the new state budget will help the state’s brick and mortar stores by equalizing the tax structure for online purchases.