The Columbus Dispatch editorial board is well know for it’s anti-union positions, so when I saw a recent editorial headline calling proposed ‘right-to-work’ legislation a “solution to a non-problem” I have to admit I was intrigued.
Sadly, the editors failed to provide any commentary on the legislation and instead focused on what they view as the potential negative fallout from a fight over right-to-work: that it might reflect poorly on their BFF John Kasich.
In short, the editorial goes something like this: Kasich is super awesome and if the GOP doesn’t ditch right-to-work it might help those pesky Democrats […]Full Story... →
Help set the record straight on voting problems in Ohio
by Gena Miller Shelton
Our friends from True the Vote published a recent report entitled “The Myth of Voter Suppression” where they stated that not a single case of voter suppression occurred in Ohio in 2012. The basis of their claim is that not a single person in the state of Ohio filed a complaint with officials that their vote was suppressed. Apparently the folk who had their cars were towed while waiting in lines to early vote, or the students who waited over 2+ hours at the Ohio […]Full Story... →
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