In a letter to colleagues Wednesday, Brinkman asked for co-sponsors to private sector ‘right-to-work’ legislation he said he would soon be introducing.

He noted that neighboring states Michigan and Indiana have already served this hemlock to organized labor.

“And it is long overdue in Ohio,” Brinkman wrote. “This important bill will help make Ohio businesses more competitive and prosperous by eliminating forced union dues and memberships. No one should be forced to pay a union to get or keep a job.”

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