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Now to demand setting and that trend.
In a first on Fox Business interview that Republican governor of -- -- state John Kasich governor averted that you know.
-- see -- -- they're calling you the union destroyer RU.
Now and they all right look -- grew up in a union town and now my father was in the union -- Grew up in a community where where we had a lot of unions -- all we're trying to do is to save Ohio.
And this bill and this movement it is only up a small part.
You know or maybe someone with defined as a large part of an overall reform package that is designed to restructure Ohio we've lost.
600000 jobs -- and a lot in the last ten years I mean Ohio is under siege we -- in trouble.
So this is part of a program to allow us to control our costs to allow local governments to be able to manage their costs and represented taxpayers I mean that's what this is all about.
So this is just one piece of what's gonna be an overall reform package to make Ohio competitive again so we can lower the cost.
Of creating the jobs and we can we can really begin to trumpet something called entrepreneurship because we don't do it we are going to sink we are going to fix Ohio.
But it looks like some of you're operatives and supporters are trying to find a middle ground here I guess maybe to make this medicine go down.
Talk late tonight governor that the the latest bargaining -- that would allow.
State workers to negotiate wages.
As long as they I would did not.
Look at striking ever is that the middle drill hole.
Well got a well -- know I've always said that it's okay for people to talk in the bargain about their wages.
There's just a number of things that management who represents taxpayers.
You know shouldn't have to be negotiating with all these sections and so the bottom line is I'm all in favor of people talking you know -- a long time we all like to talk okay.
But there -- -- and I think that if we they can bargain on wages and working conditions some other things that's fine but at the end of the day we have to be able to control our costs because the taxpayers in this state.
Are the ones that are holding the bag and if we don't lift Ohio.
By reducing our taxes and reducing our regulations.
Getting our universities who work more with business we're not gonna make it we are gonna make it and we have a plan to do all that the lower the cost of job creation and to get businesses.
To be interested in locating and Ohio when -- you know from your fine economic reform reporting.
That the midwest all of the midwest is under siege.
We're losing jobs to the south we're losing jobs of the southwest we're losing jobs overseas we have the skills -- capability.
We have the assets but we must control our costs and this is just one of those pieces have --
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