Barred from using tax dollars, some Ohio lawmakers expect to use campaign cash for travel expenses related to this year's new site for the governor's State of the State address.
State law allows elected officials to pay for meals and mileage related to public duties with campaign funds.
The provision keeps taxpayers from picking up certain tab, but it raises concerns from at least one state government watchdog who says it could extend donors' influence beyond elections.
Emily McCord speaks to the Dayton Daily News' Ellen Belcher about Governor Kasich's State of the State and what it may mean for the region.
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