Crain’s: Ohio Can’t Allow HB 6 to Stand

Crain’s Cleveland Business has weighed in on repeal of House Bill 6. The paper writes: “Allowing this bill to stand sends an unmistakable signal that corruption is tolerated, at least when crafting an alternative to the result of the corruption is hard. … The Legislature loses credibility by the day as it lets HB 6 stand.”

The editorial signals support for House Bill 772, which would, among other things, “repeal the nuclear, solar, and coal subsidies included in HB 6” while preserving other parts of the legislation, including ending green energy standards. For a brief backgrounder on HB 772 and why it has OMA’s support, see the OMA’s summary. 10/19/2020