The Ohio Women’s Public Policy Network Outlines an Ohio Budget That Supports, Prioritizes, and Invests in Women and Their Families
One of the first priorities of Governor DeWine and the 133rd General Assembly is to draft and implement a new two-year biennial budget for the state of Ohio. The state budget is the most important legislation to the operation of our state government, and it is a reflection of the state’s priorities and values.
The Ohio Women’s Public Policy Network strongly urges the governor and state legislature to enact a budget that supports, prioritizes, and invests in women. As the budget bill moved throughout the legislative process, we continued to be a strong advocate for women and their families. Read more about our testimony on the budget bill:
- Testimony to the Senate Finance Committee on investing in public childcare, strengthening the state Earned Income Tax Credit, preserving and expanding Medicaid, and address racial disparities in maternal mortality and morbidity
- Testimony to the House Finance Health & Human Services Subcommittee on investing in public childcare, preserving and expanding Medicaid, and addressing maternal mortality
- Testimony to the House Finance Agriculture, Development & Natural Resources Subcommittee on investing state funding and resources to ensure a complete and accurate count for the U.S. Census
See our full list of 2019 budget priorities below which includes the 10 key provisions that should be included in the state budget to provide women with the resources they need to live economically secure, safe, and healthy lives.