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SB5 Opponents Descend On Capital

Wednesday, June 29, 2011 at 2:36 PM

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It's looking more and more as if Ohioans will indeed vote in November on whether to keep the state's new collective bargaining law or kill it. Unions and their allies today paraded through the streets of Columbus to deliver nearly 1.3 million signatures, aimed at getting a repeal question on November's ballot. a record number of petition signatures demanding a referendum. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen reports the critics of the law made the day a celebration.

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Protesters gather before march to Capital Lana Beers and Jenifer Ramer of Niles with daughter, Shyana Beers Ebony Martin of Columbus


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