Gov. Kasich and his allies want to pretend “right to work” is not on the agenda, but Republican State Rep. Andrew Brenner has led the charge to push this anti-worker agenda through the General Assembly anyway.
In a recent interview with the Delaware Gazette, Rep. Brenner said: “I’m co-sponsor on three [right-to-work] bills…I don’t think any of them are going anywhere. We were told not to even bring them up, because next year is an election year for the governor. This may come up if he’s re-elected. If he’s not re-elected, it won’t come up because we won’t get it through (Democratic candidate) Ed FitzGerald.”
Republicans know that the rest of Ohio does not support their anti-worker agenda, and they won’t succeed if Ed FitzGerald is governor.
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