CHICAGO — Ohio Gov. John Kasich unveiled a two-year $130.5 billion all-funds budget that proposes major tax changes — cutting income taxes and imposing new taxes on services and oil drilling — while opting into the Medicaid expansion program that is part of the new federal health care law.

The two-year general fund budget totals $63.3 billion, with 2014 spending rising 10.5% from estimated 2013 spending and 2015 spending rising just under 7% from 2014.

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