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If Ohio workers don’t return to city offices, what will happen to the municipal income tax?

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Anna Staver

The Columbus Dispatch

Thousands of Ohioans spent the last year working from their kitchen table while paying income taxes to the city where their empty office building stands.

A pair of Republican representatives say it’s time to put an end to the pandemic rule that lets cities collect taxes from people who neither live nor work inside their borders. A conservative think tank says the COVID-19 municipal income tax law is unconstitutional. And the cities say, law or no law, working from home could completely change how they pay for services and how Ohio creates jobs.

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