The Democratic-led Ohio House is likely to vote as early as today on legislation that would enact Gov. Ted ­Strickland’s proposal to freeze planned income-tax cuts to help balance the budget.

Strickland first proposed delaying the planned income tax cuts for two years to fill an $850 million hole that opened up in the budget at the end of September when the Ohio Supreme Court ruled that the state must seek voter approval for a gaming expansion plan.

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