YAL Takes on Healthcare Nullification

Petition drop off

On Monday, the Ohio Liberty Council (which includes YAL at Ohio State and YAL at the University at Cincinnati) initiated the process for a healthcare nullification ballot initiative in Ohio.

Over 5000 signatures were collected in less than 36 hours over the weekend and were submitted to the Attorney General. If the AG approves the initiative, 400,000 signatures will need to be gathered to get the issue on the ballot. 

Full wording of the amendment can be found HERE.

A press conference was held before the petitions were dropped off and the press was out in force:


Associated Press: Ohio tea party groups aim to block health bill

Toledo Blade: Group begins effort to amend Ohio constitution over health-care reform

Columbus Business First: Conservative group mounts health-care challenge

Columbus Dispatch: Groups seek state amendment to block health-care requirement

Cincinnati.com: Ohioans may vote on health care reform

WOSU: Ohio Tea Party Groups Propose Way for State to Opt Out of Health Care Reform

WBNS 10TV, Columbus: Constitutional Amendment Blocking Health Care Changes Proposed

WSYX 6, Columbus: Ohio Tea Party Takes Health Care Challenge to Consitution

Fox 19, Cincinnati: Ohio groups want voters to tackle healthcare reform

The Daily Record, Wayne and Holmes County: Tea party plans reform challenge

Examiner.com: Ohio groups take ‘nation’s first citizen initiated action’ challenging healthcare bill


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