"It defies logic that you would take away their means of getting to work so they can earn money to pay their child support or their court fines," state Rep. Jim Butler, a Republican, told The Dayton Daily News.
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"I've been asking for a new building since I got hired in October of 2012," Butler said. "It was just a matter of getting folks to see what I see."
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