CHICAGO -Ohiothis week unveiled a $1.3 billion biennial capital budget that is less than half the size of its predecessor.

The smaller amount reflects declining revenues and the need for less capital, given that last year's record-setting tobacco bond sale provided a windfall for school funding in the state.

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