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25,000 Rally in Ohio against anti-union law: Senate Bill 5 passes by one vote

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3/02/11
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Columbus, OH - Beginning at 10:00 a.m. March 2, over 25,000 laborers, firefighters, police, students, and community activists gathered around the State Capitol here to protest against Senate Bill 5, which eliminates collective bargaining rights for over 300,000 public sector workers. The "Rally to Save the Middle Class" had workers expressing their anger at Governor John Kasich's blatant attempt to bust unions.

"They've gone too far and now it's time to fight back" said a worker when asked about why he was attending the demonstration.

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