Athens local residents and Ohio University students gathered Wednesday to learn how to circulate petitions as a part of the process to place a Senate Bill 5(SB 5) referendum on...
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Gov. Kasich signed Senate Bill 5 into law March 31, but the fight is far from over. Opponents are quickly moving to file a referendum to repeal it on the November 2011 ballot.
A month ago my opinion column, referring to the protests of Senate Bill 5, elicited passionate and frustrated responses from faculty, students and community members of Ohio University. I would...
Republicans voted Senate Bill 5 out of the House Commerce and Labor Committee Tuesday, clearing the way for final votes in the Ohio House and Senate expected Wednesday.
Faculty Senate passed a resolution Monday against Ohio Senate Bill 5 that calls on President McDavis to publicly retract his support for the bill.
The original version of this article has prompted Faculty Senate to discuss a resolution to condemn Pres. McDavis’ and the Ohio Inter-University Council for supporting Senate Bill 5.
Ohio Republican Gov. John Kasich delivered his first State of the State address at the Ohio Statehouse Tuesday with thousands gathered outside in protest of Senate Bill 5.
Democrats and labor allies are quietly planning ahead for a campaign to repeal Senate Bill 5, which bans strikes and cuts public workers’ rights to collectively bargain, by filing a referendum for the 2011 ballot.
On Monday, Athens City Council voted unanimously in support of a resolution to call on the Ohio House of Representatives to reject Senate Bill 5 (SB-5). The bill passed in...
Hundreds of students, faculty, union workers and supporters gathered at the Scripps Outdoor Amphitheater Friday to protest threats to education, workers’ organizing rights and Gov. John Kasich’s policy priorities.