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.