Ohio Anti-Union Pro-Freedom Bill Passes Through Committee – Senate Will Vote This Afternoon

The Ohio Senate will vote on a bill this afternoon to curtail collective bargaining rights for public-sector employees.

The protesting leftists were jammed inside the statehouse yesterday.

Business Insider reported:

The Ohio State Senate will vote this afternoon on a bill to curtail collective bargaining rights for public-sector unions, the AP reports.

The measure passed a Senate committee this morning, after Republicans replaced a GOP Senator who opposed the bill, according to the Cleveland Plain Dealer. The legislation is backed by Ohio’s newly-elected Republican Governor John Kasich and is expected to pass the GOP-controlled Senate.

More than 8,000 protesters descended on Columbus Tuesday to protest the bill.

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