Last week we learned that State Rep. John Becker, of Union Township in Clermont County was introducing a so-called “right to work” bill intended at damaging Ohio’s public sector unions.
Now it looks like Republican State Rep. Tom Brinkman is planning to do the same for private sector unions.
In 2011, Ohioans overwhelmingly voted to overturn similarly overreaching anti-union measures in Senate Bill 5.
Brinkman’s cosponsor letter is shown below.
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Pat Tiberi used to be John Kasich’s driver when the two-term lame duck governor was a congressman representing the 12th District Tiberi now represents. Kasich is destined to exit the political stage in two years, when he wanders off to speaking gigs or occasional pop ups on Fox News. Tiberi, who’s gained power in the new juiced up GOP congress, is rumored to be eyeing a run at two-term U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown, but he’ll have to defeat battle-hardened State Treasurer Josh “Boots” Mandel in the 2018 primary to do that.
Speaking from overseas in Europe, Gov. Kasich says he won’t […]Full Story... →
Ohio’s members of congress are back in their districts this week, and a variety of local groups are trying to hold them accountable.
ProgressOhio has a list of the town hall meetings being held this week. Here’s the email they sound out this afternoon:
Members of Ohio’s Congressional delegation are back home for their first week-long recess of the Trump administration.
It’s five weeks into Trump’s Presidency and constituents across Ohio have a lot they would like to talk to their members of Congress about: the Affordable Care Act, Cabinet appointments, the SCOTUS nominee – among others. Unfortunately, not […]Full Story... →
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