Why Ohio Should Stay the Course; Con: The Ohio Constitution - Is it Time for a Rewrite?
The Plain Dealer
Ohio constitutional law, constitutional reform, constitutional conventions
Ohio does not need a constitutional convention, and here is why. Constitutional conventions are only a means to an end. That end is significant constitutional reform. The real questions, then, are whether Ohio needs significant constitutional reform, and, if so, whether a constitutional convention is the best way to achieve it.
Steven H. Steinglass, Why Ohio Should Stay the Course; Con: The Ohio Constitution - Is it Time for a Rewrite?, The Plain Dealer (December 17, 2006)