Two states are pushing back against new education reforms by putting recently passed laws up for popular vote, the Huffington Post reports. We Are Ohio, a volunteer group of public workers that shares a building with the Ohio Education Association, announced Friday that it had surpassed its goal in receiving enough signatures to put up to popular vote a law passed in March that strips public employees of most collective-bargaining rights and mandates merit pay for teachers…

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