Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor, a Republican, announced plan to run for office last week.
Plan would collect funds at state level.
State’s law has been in effect since 1931.
State has raised dollar amount by which mandate is triggered on publicly funded projects.
303 more registered in the state.
Kasich says communities, schools should use own surpluses.
Others interested could include Attorney General DeWine, Secretary of State Husted, U.S. Rep. Renacci.
Proposal headed for vote in Ohio’s House of Representatives next week.
Ohio has committed to reducing phosphorus runoff into the lake’s western basin by 40%.
Ohio measure would be based on income, not just school performance.