Pro Senate Bill 5 Campaign Faces Uphill Battle

This week, WOSU Public Media’s “Columbus on the Record” panelists discuss how the GOP-backed Building a Better Ohio coalition has a lot of work to do to beat the efforts of the anti-SB5 campaign, headed by We Are Ohio, which collected 1.3 million signatures to repeal the collective bargaining reform.

Other topics: Secretary of State Jon Husted dropped a proposal to block absentee voting by people using ballot applications sent at taxpayer expense in Cuyahoga County; Republican hopes to unseat liberal Democratic Senator Sherrod Brown are riding on Josh Mandel; Mayor Coleman backs Columbus Police in latest shooting incident, but questions of race persist; and a Democratic state lawmaker is drafting legislation that would require drug and alcohol testing of statewide elected officials

Panelists:

  • Julie Carr Smyth (The Associated Press)
  • Reginald Fields (The Plain Dealer)
  • Catherine Turcer (Ohio Citizen Action)
  • Michael Miller (Former Franklin County Prosecutor)

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Segments On This Episode (on YouTube)

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SB5 is the Center of the Early Ads Wars

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Jon Husted Drops Proposal to Block Absentee Voting

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Josh Mendel vs. Sherrod Brown - Probably

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Columbus Police Using Deadly Force

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Statewide Drug Testing For Ohio Elected Officials?

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