Latest Proposal to Toughen Standards for Amending Ohio’s Constitution the Worst Version Yet
Cleveland Plain Dealer / cleveland.com
voting, elections, Ohio
The latest chapter in the crusade to insulate the Ohio Constitution from the voters occurred in the last week when Rep. Brian Stewart launched a new version of a proposal that had died in the General Assembly.
In early December, Rep. Stewart introduced H.J.R 6 (134th General Assembly) to require a 60% vote to approve citizen-initiated state constitutional amendments and to end a policy in place since Ohio voters adopted the constitutional initiative in 1912.
Steinglass, Steven H., "Latest Proposal to Toughen Standards for Amending Ohio’s Constitution the Worst Version Yet" (2023). Law Faculty Articles and Essays. 1256.