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Is the proposes Ohio Senate Bill #5 another part in a carefully-orchestrated effort by John Kasich's corporate sponsors to eliminate collective-bargaining for all unions - public and private?
While most of the media attention has concentrated on Scott Walker's efforts in Wisconsin to destroy the collective-bargaining rights of state employees, Kasich's actions in Ohio - i.e. his creation of "JobsOhio" to replace the ODOD, and the introduction of the uber-draconian anti-union SSB-5 by Shannon Jones (R-Springboro) - also part of a nationwide effort, funded by big spending groups like The U.S. Chamber of Commerce to effectively eliminate public-sector - and later private-sector - unions from the American landscape ... Will it work? Or is the rising of public workers in Madison and Columbus only the beginning of union efforts to fight back?
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