A pair of Ohio lawmakers have proposed giving state income-tax credits to college graduates who agree to stay in the state at least five years after graduation.

Graduates would receive a tax credit of up to $3,000 a year for up to 10 years under the plan, which was announced at a press conference last week by the state’s two youngest legislators, Rep. Josh Mandel, a 30-year-old Republican, and Rep. Jay Goyal, a 27-year-old Democrat.

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