CHICAGO — Ohio senators Wednesday unanimously passed a $7 billion, two-year transportation budget that allows the state to impose tolls to finance projects and enter into public-private partnerships to build and maintain new infrastructure.

The House already approved the bill, though without the P3 feature. The measure will now head back to the House before moving to Republican Gov. John Kasich for his signature.

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