Local gov­ern­ments and schools in Ohio could see almost $113 mil­lion in rebates from the state insur­ance fund for injured work­ers under a pro­posal from the gov­er­nor.

The Governor’s office on Mon­day released a break­down of the schools, town­ships, cities and other pub­lic employ­ers who could see a pay­out from the $1 bil­lion rebate plan pro­posed ear­lier this month.

About 210,000 busi­nesses and pub­lic employ­ers could see the rebates in June or July, should the board of direc­tors at the Ohio Bureau of Work­ers’ Com­pen­sa­tion approve the plan. Checks would range from $5 to more than $3 mil­lion.

The board is sched­uled to meet May 30 to con­sider the idea.

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