Officials in Columbus and Dayton Dayton are aiming to capitalize on backlash against a religious-objections law in neighboring Indiana that critics say could permit discrimination against gays and lesbians.
The new survey hints at voters backing away from repealing Senate Bill 5.
Supporters of Senate Bill 5 and Issue #2 argue that pay and benefit compensation of public workers now exceeds that of their private sector peers. Opponents of the limits on public unions disagree. What do you think? Are public employees fairly compensated?
Supporters of Ohio’s new collective bargaining law seem to be softening their criticism of public employees.
A new television ad highlights parts of the law that have proven most-popular in polls.
The study gives added ammunition to supporters of reducing the power of public employee unions.
The TV ad features firefighters saying Senate Bill 5 makes it harder for them to do their job.
Elections officials say they want to educate the public, but not take a stand for or against ballot issues.
The meeting that Republican lawmakers invited union leaders to attend to discuss the attempt to reject Ohioâ€™s new collective bargaining reform bill came and went this morning. Ohio Public Radioâ€™s Karen Kasler reports while there were no face to face discussions, there was a lot of talking.
The Governor and other GOP leaders showed up for a Friday morning meeting even after union leaders said they would not show up.