Ohio’s Republican-led House last week blocked a bill to give bond-funded bonuses to veterans of recent wars, saying the measure relied on too much debt.

After passing unanimously in the Democrat-controlled Senate, the bill stalled in the House after House Majority Leader Jon Husted said he opposed the idea of using bonds to pay for bonuses. State Treasurer Richard Cordray, who is running for attorney general Nov. 4, proposed the measure.

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