Buried deep in the WSJ‘s Wisconsin coverage is a hidden gem from that other midwestern state battling public unions. No, not Indiana — the other, other state:
Another fight over public-employee collective-bargaining rights is under way in Ohio, where Republican Gov. John Kasich supports eliminating most bargaining rights for the state’s 400,000 public workers. A bill that cleared the Senate is now in the Republican-controlled House and is expected to be passed after a series of committee hearings that began this week.
I mention it because later today I’ll be speaking with Chris Littleton for Coast to Coast Tea Party. He’s President of the Ohio Liberty Council, which he describes as the “Chamber of Commerce” for tea parties — and he’s part of the fight there in Ohio. Looking forward to this one.