Education laws in Ohio subject of repeal campaign, budget skirmish


Ohio senators have axed wording that strips public employees of most collective-bargaining rights and mandates merit pay for teachers from the state’s upcoming spending plans in a move that may make it easier to repeal an already passed bill that enacts similar results, reports the Huffington Post. The state Senate Republican caucus removed the language, which is similar to language already passed in a an earlier bill, from the upcoming two-year budget late Tuesday evening…

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