SB5 is Dead, But Battles Over Unions Continue
This week, WOSU Public Media’s “Columbus on the Record” panelists discuss the reverberations after SB5 was killed in the election, and a new group called Ohioans for Workplace Freedom that has launched an effort to make Ohio a “right to work” state, via a constitutional amendment.
Also: The Columbus City budget adds police officers plus curbside recycling; opponents of election reform law are short on required signatures; and another scandal keeps Big Ten football (and the NCAA) under intense scrutiny.
- Laura Bischoff (Dayton Daily News)
- Jim Siegel (The Columbus Dispatch)
- Michael Daniels (Outlook Media)
- Michael Miller (Former Franklin County Prosecutor)
- Tea Party initiative pushes to amend state union laws (The News Leader)
- Tea Party groups seek Ohio ‘right-to-work’ measure (Associated Press)
- Columbus Mayor’s budget to tackle gang violence (10TV.com)
- Budget sets aside more for marketing Columbus (Columbus Business First)
- 10,000 more valid signatures are needed for elections bill repeal voteÂ (as of Nov. 14) (The Plain Dealer)