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)

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Segments On This Episode (on YouTube)

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What Comes After the Defeat of SB5 for Unions?

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Ohioans for Workplace Freedom Take On Unions

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Mayor Coleman's Budget Looks Rosy, Fights Crime

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Ohio Election Reform Effort Needs More Signatures

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Another Black Eye For Big Ten College Sports

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