The proposed amendment would provide that, in Ohio:
1. No law, rule, agreement, or arrangement shall require any person or employer to become or remain a member of a labor organization.
2. No law, rule, agreement, or arrangement shall require, directly or indirectly, as a condition of employment, any person or employer, to pay or transfer any dues, fees, assessments, other charges of any kind, or anything else of value, to a labor organization, or third party in lieu of the labor organization.
3. Any person, directly or indirectly affected or threatened with any harm by a violation of this section, may bring a civil or equitable action to enforce this section, and upon prevailing, shall be entitled to injunctive relief, reasonable attorney fees, costs, and other damages.
What a great law! It give the employee an opportunity to exercise his free will. He cannot be forced to join a union, but he still can if he chooses. It's a pro-choice law. Also, his money cannot be taken from him by force and used to support organizations and people whom he disagrees with. Few things in life are fair. But this is pretty darn close.