Common Sense Initiative
The Common Sense Initiative will review Ohio’s regulatory system to eliminate excessive and duplicative rules that stand in the way of job creation. Launched by Governor John Kasich and Lt. Governor Mary Taylor on January 10, 2011, The Initiative calls for reform of Ohio’s regulatory policies and will work to end excessive, duplicative and costly business regulations that can put Ohioans out of work.
“This is common sense and it is encouraging to see the legislature support CSI Ohio and our process of cutting through the red tape and eliminating burdensome, costly and duplicative rules and regulations,” Taylor said. “This will help us revive Ohio’s economy and improve our business community’s ability to put their job-creating ideas into action.”
In order to assist in reaching her goals, Lt. Gov. Taylor launched a website and email address for the Initiative.
These resources were created to allow visitors to share ideas and sign up for updates on the progress of the Initiative. Lt. Gov. Taylor hopes that, “These tools will allow us to solicit the feedback and ideas of Ohioans and our business community to help tear down the barriers to job creation and economic development in our state.”