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As much as Kasich claims all is forgiven for Senate Bill 5, he still never misses a chance to take a whack at working Ohioans.Without a voice on the job, I believe many providers will leave the profession and many talented individuals will be discouraged to take up early childhood development as a career.
The work I do makes a lifelong difference to my community and the children I care for.
Only the Legislature can overrule the governor’s decision.
In my opinion it was made only to earn credibility with the far right on the back of Ohio’s working parents and children. Theresa Warner, Cleveland This letter to the editor originally appeared in the Plain Dealer.
Today’s action isn’t about doing what’s right for our state, it’s an attack on Ohio’s most vulnerable children that will limit their opportunities in the future,” said AFSCME Ohio Council 8 President John A. A loss of collective bargaining rights will mean lower-quality child care available to parents, and the loss of thousands of jobs that are largely held by women and minority workers now.
This is another mean-spirited attack on working people that will hurt our families and our communities,” Lyall said. Quality child care like what we provide can be the difference between a family living on public assistance or moving into the middle class,” said independent child care provider Asyia Haile, President of AFSCME Local 4025 which represents independent child care providers in 16 central Ohio counties.