This comment will discuss the traditional arguments against public sector collective bargaining, suggest answers to those arguments, and analyze the Dayton Classroom Teachers Association decision. It will conclude with an analysis of how the issues should be considered and suggest the problems which are presented by Ohio's case law.
Comment, The Authority of the Public Employer to Engage in Collective Bargaining in the Absence of a State Statute: Ohio, a Case in Point, 24 Clev. St. L. Rev. 672 (1975)