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The deadline for removing a repeal question on Ohio's contentious collective bargaining law from the fall ballot was expected to pass Monday without fanfare, positioning voters to decide the fate of the law in November.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich and top Republican lawmakers said Wednesday they're offering to discuss weakening a new law limiting collective bargaining in an attempt to keep a repeal effort off the November ballot.
Ohio voters will get to decide in November whether to repeal the state's new collective bargaining law, which would let public-worker unions negotiate wages but not health care, sick time or pension benefits.
Ohio voters will get to decide in November whether to repeal the state's new collective-bargaining law, which would let public employee unions negotiate wages but not health care, sick time or pension benefits.
Spokeswoman Melissa Fazekas says the only way for its removal is for legislators to repeal the law themselves.
We Are Ohio spokeswoman Melissa Fazekas said the group continues to oppose the collective bargaining measure and called on lawmakers to rescind it if they want to see the repeal question removed from the Nov. 8 ballot.