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Yields are rising.
Told voters in Ohio siding with unions in repealing governor Jon K six new law limiting collective bargaining and union powers.
What impact will this happen other states and for the 2012 elections let's that -- -- and with more -- Good afternoon -- Democrats or Republicans scored a win a piece in Ohio voters there.
Overwhelmingly said -- to -- key mandate the president's health care law since Ohio cannot opt out of the federal law there's really no practical effect there.
It's just a strong message about how voters in that key state feel about the president's signature legislative achievements and that's bad news for Democrats.
Bad news for Republicans as well Ohio voters have -- limits on public sector union and won Ohio State professor.
Says the win in the Buckeye State will affect similar movements around the country.
That's message will reverberate around the country certainly in the midwest.
Where other states are considering similar kinds of -- was.
And the unions will turn their focus to Wisconsin where efforts continue -- to recall governor Scott Walker he's a backer of public union limits in that state.
Ohio is a swing state it's rich in electoral votes and he's referendum show the Buckeye State is very much up for grabs.
In 2012 as for what happens to public unions there.
It's unlikely Ohio Republican's turn immediately to another effort to curb their power after last night's results but still could be a watered down effort.
Somewhere in the future at least towns and cities to individually negotiate any savings.
With their workers more.
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