CHICAGO — Ohio Gov. John Kasich’s proposed two-year spending plan would gut the budget of one of the state’s oldest bond issuers but leave its bond-issuing authority intact.

Kasich has proposed shifting the coal development and research office out of the Ohio Air Quality Development Authority, a move that would slash the agency’s operating budget by 95%, to $923,000 from $20.6 million.

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