A capital spending limitation that a manufacturing company in Jackson encountered when it tried to expand operations has spurred Rep. Ted Strickland to became interested in easing bond curbs. Strickland, a Democrat from the state's sixth district, recently legislation in the House recently that would raise the capital expenditure limit on small-issue industrial development bonds to $20 million from $10 million.

The change would directly benefit Luigino's, a frozen food producer in Jackson, Strickland told a House Ways and Means select revenue measures subcommittee.

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