Ohio Public Radio
4:58 pm
Wed October 28, 2009

So-called "Common Sense Regulatory Act" passes Ohio House unanimously, but not all business advocates are pleased.

Columbus, OH – Ohio House of Representatives Wednesday approved a plan that lawmakers call the "Common Sense Regulatory Act." But it does not do what some business advocates want-- a direct slashing of government regulation of companies. Statehouse Correspondent Bill Cohen reports the proposal is so non-controversial, it passed on a vote of 94-to-nothing.