Ohio Republicans are planning to hold committee hearings on HB 151, State Rep Roegner’s private sector anti-union bill, and HJR5, a bill that could effectively add anti-union language the Ohio constitution through a ballot initiative, in the Ohio House today.
Recent actions by Ohio’s Republicans could make it more difficult for opponents of the anti-union bills like HB151 to gather signatures for a referendum and to rally at the Ohio Statehouse in opposition to the bills.
The last time Republicans put a so-called Right-to-Work (for less) amendment on the ballot was 1958. That year, Republicans lost control of the Ohio House and Senate […]Full Story... →
From our “We Really Aren’t Just Making It Up” Department, the Columbus Dispatch is reporting that Governor Kasich will sign SB 67, which will prevent the ability of the State Auditor to complete his public audit of JobsOhio and prevent countless other private companies receiving State monies from being publicly audited as well, in a private, closed door ceremony.Full Story... →
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