CHICAGO — Ohio voters would get to vote on a plan to issue up to $950 million of general obligation debt to finance a popular jobs technology program under a resolution passed by the Democrat-controlled state House this week.

The measure now moves to the Republican-controlled Senate, where leaders have said they support the proposal, but would like to scale back the size of the borrowing, possibly by 50%.

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