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For Cleveland Heights resident Rob Pryor, exploring the stacks at Record Revolution in the city’s Coventry neighborhood was a frequent pastime…

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Foes of a proposal to make it harder for citizens to amend Ohio’s constitution are vowing to unleash the same activist coalition against it that repealed an anti-union law last decade. Groups including the union-backed organization We Are Ohio criticized what Republican Secretary of State Frank LaRose has dubbed the Ohio Constitution Protection Amendment. Opponents held a news conference Tuesday and called the proposal “a slap in the face” to Ohio residents. A joint resolution moving through the lame duck session would ask voters to require a 60% supermajority to approve future citizen-initiated amendments. The same standard wouldn't apply to amendments advanced by lawmakers.

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Kristina M. Johnson, president of The Ohio State University in Columbus, announced Nov. 28 that she would be leaving her position at the close of the academic year in May 2023.