Friday morning, the Ohio Supreme Court rejected a challenge to remove from the November ballot a proposed constitutional amendment to block the federal health care law in Ohio. The court unanimously ruled the challenge lacked merit.
The secretary of state certified 426,998 signatures last month submitted by a coalition of Tea Party groups.
The proposed amendment, Issue 3, seeks “to preserve the freedom of Ohioans to choose their health care and health care coverage.”
- Ohio high court: Healthcare signatures valid (sfgate.com)
- Affordable Care Act Challenge Set For Ohio Ballot (businesslawdaily.net)
- Obama health care foes score big court win (cbsnews.com)