Who's Funding Anti-Worker Attacks In Ohio?

Who's Funding Anti-Worker Attacks In Ohio?

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The group Building a Better Ohio might sound innocuous, but they're spending millions of dollars to spread lies and distortions in support of an anti-worker referendum that will be on the ballot this November. And because the group is funded by anonymous donors, we don't know who's behind it.

Issue 2, which reached the ballot after more than 1.3 million angry Ohioans signed petitions, would overturn Senate Bill 5 -- an unfair and unsafe piece of legislation rammed through the legislature in March that strips hard-working middle class citizens of a voice in their workplace.

The bill is flawed and out of touch with Ohio values. It will do nothing to get Ohio working again.

With these negative consequences for the middle class -- coupled with Karl Rove's recent statement that these anonymous donors will spend $250 million by the end of next year -- it's no wonder then that these right-wing, out-of-state donors don't want to be revealed.

Sign the petition below if you feel Building A Better Ohio should reveal who is paying for these ads attacking hard-working Ohioans.

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    • douglas hunt HILLSBORO, KY
      • almost 3 years ago

      We are slowly doing away with unions, if we don't start fighting back. people need to realize that unions fight for higher wages and benefits. Without them we could go back to the days when companies pay people whatever they want, which is whaty the koch bros. want I'm sure.

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    • Alison Fisher NEW LEXINGTON, OH
      • almost 3 years ago

      This has just gotten way out of hand! We cannot NOT let them attack Ohio's middle class!

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    • Cecil Martinez NEW YORK, NY
      • almost 3 years ago

      This anti labor stuff goin on in this country ,has to be stopped. Vote these clowns out of office

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    • Daniel Holderby PROCTORVILLE, OH
      • almost 3 years ago

      Our legislature should worry more about its shortcomings than trying to meddle in the business of the people.

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    • Amy Sample MENTOR, OH
      • almost 3 years ago

      Very tired of the mantra "don't tax the job makers." Companies in our area are making record profits, but hiring less workers for lower salaries and less benefits. I feel the focus on public employees as a solution to deficits is misplaced and will not correct the bigger picture problems of state and federal deficits.

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