OH Supreme Court: Voting access ballot measure is single issue

The Ohio Supreme Court on Tuesday in a 6-1 ruling ordered state officials to certify a voting-access measure as a single ballot issue, overturning a previous decision that split it into four parts. In a written opinion, justices said the campaign behind the measure, Ohioans for Secure and Fair Elections, “has a clear legal right to certification of the proposed amendment” as a single issue, and that the Ohio Ballot Board “has a clear legal duty to make that certification.” They ordered the ballot board to meet within seven days to do so. Andrew J. Tobias, Cleveland.com.

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