From OHIO CAPITAL JOURNAL
The Ohio Republican Party central committee gathered in a downtown Columbus ballroom Friday morning.
The first significant issue party members considered was a resolution in opposition to a reproductive rights amendment. The proposal could appear on November’s ballot. Gloria Martin argued “we have to fight this ballot initiative tooth and nail,” and opposing the measure would be “the most important decision of our term.”
“It’s our duty,” she said, “to take a stand as Republicans, as God-fearing Americans as decent people who say no to a constitutional amendment that will protect abortionists.” FULL STORY