This post is an elaboration on a message that was sent to the members of our chapter at Wright State University, which itself was collaboratively drafted and developed from a message distributed by the chapter leadership at the University of Cincinnati. (In these kinds of things, it is “collaboration” and “sharing,” not “plagiarism.”)
We have had good news from Columbus:
Late on Monday afternoon, the House Finance Committee removed the “Yeshiva” language from HB 64! That language would have eliminated the collective bargaining rights of more than 10,000 faculty at Ohio’s public colleges and universities by reclassifying them as managers.
We offer a big thanks to everyone who worked to make this happen.
A very heartfelt and personal thank you to all of our chapter members who came to President David Hopkins’ office this morning and stood outside while I met with him. By your presence this morning, you demonstrated our collective resolve…
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