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Ohio tax plan hits concerts, sports, even bowling

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TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — Expanding Ohio's sales tax might take some of the fun out of going to concerts, football games and amusement parks. Gov. John Kasich wants to cut the state's overall sales-tax rate while also putting the lower 5 percent sales tax on a long list of new items that include circuses, arcade games and carnival rides. Admission to fairs, museums, and theme parks would fall...