Definition: Under the bright-fine nexus standard, a person "has a substantial nexus with" Ohio
if it has a bright-line presence in the state, defined by ORC [section] 5751.
Even assuming Cuno is correct in averring that the investment tax credit "depletes the funds of the State of Ohio
According to reports in several Ohio
newspapers, including The Columbus Dispatch and the Toledo Blade, other prominent religious conservatives are coordinating with the Lancaster pastor.
While the Ohio
investment tax credit did benefit local interests, it placed no burden on out-of-state activities and therefore, defendants argued, was constitutionally sound.
Harris explains that the reason for the rule is to ensure that Ohio
C&D facilities are receiving the kind of waste deemed appropriate for the facility.
state officials collected nominations up until the July 15th deadline for the 2004 National Register of Big Trees.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Ed Johnson Scholarship Fund, College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, The Ohio
State University; Ohio
4-H Learning Center, The Ohio
State University; or the Bellpoint United Methodist Church.
Both UCLA and Ohio
State were one quarter away from playing for the national title last year: for the Bruins, the fourth in Miami; for the Buckeyes, the fourth against Michigan State.
The settlement was agreed to by OCC, East Ohio
Gas, the PUCO Staff, the City of Cleveland, the Western Reserve Alliance, Greater Cleveland Welfare Rights Organization, the Cleveland Community Energy Coalition, the Greater Cleveland Schools' Council of Governments, the Ohio
Oil and Gas Association, the Industrial Energy Users-Ohio
, the Residential Energy Conservation Coalition, and the Northeast Ohio
Bob Evans suggested a major change in program design by asking that all its stores in the Central Ohio
area become training sites and that the training of new employees be accomplished through a buddy system.
Through the Ohio
Centric Program, the State of Ohio
will help create college access programs for Ohio
TEI submits that four distinguishing characteristics of Ohio
's investment tax credit at issue here render it constitutional: (a) Ohio
is not discriminating against products manufactured or business operations performed in any other State, (b) the investment tax credit is not related to discrete transactions and it does not target a particular product or industry, (c) the amount of the credit does not change relative to activities in other states, and (d) Ohio
's statute does not discriminate on its face but rather is freely available to any corporation engaging in the prescribed activities in Ohio