MEDINA, Ohio (AP) - Ohio's governor has begun his fourth State of the State speech with a promise to cut more taxes.
Gov. John Kasich (KAY'-sik) proposes driving the state's overall rate below 5 percent.
Kasich says he wants to cut Ohioans' personal income taxes and the taxes paid by small businesses.
Kasich announced the proposal Monday during his annual State of the State speech held this year in Medina.
He also announced the state will rename the state patrol post in Medina after retiring House Speaker William Batchelder, who is from Medina.
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