BY ERIK SHUTE
ANCHOR CHRISTY LEWIS
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The fight over union bargaining rights moves to the front-lines of Ohio. State-wide, labor unions are fighting to repeal Senate Bill 5, also known as Issue 2. Here’s WeAreOhio’s latest ad campaign supporting the 350,000 workers in the line of fire.
“I don't want the politicians in Columbus making decisions for the firefighters, the police, teachers, nurses or any organization that's helping people...Fewer firefighters can mean the difference between life or death. And that's why I'm voting no on Issue 2."
MSNBC’s Ed Schultz noticed that ad looks strangely familiar. On his show, Schultz says the same interview footage was used in by a pro-Issue 2 campaign, “Vote Yes on Issue 2.” Here’s the clip.
ED: “Now, here's the commercial from a group calling itself “Building a Better Ohio.”
WOMAN: “Without issue 2, communities will need to lay off hard working firefighters to pay for the excessive benefits.”
QUINN: “Fewer firefighters can mean the difference between life and death.”
WOMAN: “Vote ‘Yes’ on Issue 2.”
ED: “Righties will do anything to win, won't they?
The New York Times reports the state Senate’s Issue 2 has upped to ante compared to battles waged in Wisconsin months before.
“Senate Bill 5 goes further than the anti-bargaining law that Wisconsin’s Republican-led Legislature enacted in March over the protests of tens of thousands of union supporters... The Ohio law bans binding arbitration and bargaining on health coverage, pensions or staffing levels.”
Still, supporters of the law say Issue 2 could be the ‘fresh start’ Ohio needs in its public sector. A writer for “The Plain Dealer” on Cleveland**** says...
“Imperfect though it may be, Issue 2 will give local governments and school districts more tools to control labor costs and protect taxpayers. It ends state-mandated wage step-ups, requires performance-based pay [and] … would revamp the current system of binding arbitration.”
And in an echo from Wisconsin’s debate, The Times Journal reports the controversy could not come at a worse time for the Republican majority -- who’s jobs are also up for ‘re-negotiation’ in the 2012 elections. A Wellston City Councilman warned...
“We need to send a big message to Columbus telling them that they are out of touch with the people of this state and they are going to be on the line in 2012 and a lot of them need to go back home and learn what the people want.”
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