Last month, JobsOhio and Cincinnati officials initially agreed to award "relationship enhancement" company Pure Romance $108,000 in state tax credits for the company to "move 60 employees from Loveland to a new headquarters in Downtown Cincinnati and create 60 more jobs," Cincinnati Enquirer reports. Ohio Development Service Agency (DSA) officials, however, said the state ultimately "decided not to grant the tax credits because the company's bedroom-related products don't fall under the state's nine target industries." Chris Redfern (D-Catawba Island), who sits on the board that approves the DSA's loans and grants, said that the reasoning was flawed because "headquarters are also a stated priority for the state, no matter what the industry.” For more, read the full story.