PPP: Ohio Voters Oppose Collective Bargaining Law
9:00 AM, Nov 7, 2011 • By MICHAEL WARREN
Ohio voters go to the polls tomorrow to vote on approving a recently passed public sector labor law, and a new survey from Public Policy Polling finds that 59 percent of those voters are against the law. Senate bill 5, passed by the Ohio legislature and signed by Republican governor John Kasich, requires public employees contribute to their health insurance and pension plans as well as limiting collective bargaining for those employees.
Only 36 percent of those polled approve of the law. Read the full results here.
Read John McCormack on why Ohio's public sector union law will likely fail at the polls. Here's an excerpt:
Whole thing here.
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