In 12 days, Ohio voters can solidify the meaningful public sector employment reforms put into law earlier this year under the leadership of Governor John Kasich. Just like their neighbors to the west in Wisconsin, taxpayers in the Buckeye State can reap the benefits of a more efficient public sector workforce while keeping taxes down and maintaining vital services such as education and healthcare. However, if Ohio voters reject the reforms by repealing Senate Bill 5, the Buckeye State will be faced with rising taxes, public sector layoffs and fewer services for an overtaxed population. This short video lays out the great success taking hold in Wisconsin and offers a clear picture of what Ohio taxpayers can experience if they simply stand-up to Public Sector Inc.
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