From the Dayton Daily News:
Hearings could take from four to six weeks, Wachtmann said, before a committee vote to send the bill to the House floor.
It was three weeks today that the substantive SB 5 bill was unveiled and hearings began. And it’s already passed committee and is expected to pass the Senate during its session starting at 1:30.
That means that the Senate will spend less time on a 500-page bill that reverses nearly 30 years of Ohio’s collective bargaining law than the House committee will spend on a twenty-seven page bill that even Ohio Right to Life says will be declared unconstitutional.
I honestly can’t tell you which I find more troubling.
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