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Heavily Debated Issue Pulled From November Ballot

In what is seen as a victory for Ohio businesses, the Ohio Healthy Families Act has been removed from the November ballot.

The Act would have provided seven days of paid sick leave to many Ohio workers.

The union-backed coalition that had been pushing for the initiative has decided to remove the issue from the ballot. Service Employees International Union District 1199 President Becky Williams said that issue would be removed because, “It became clear that a shrill and vitriolic ballot campaign marred by misinformation and disinformation would be impossible to avoid.”

To learn more, please see this article from Crain’s Cleveland Business. 

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