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Ohio voters support energy efficiency but agree government should not mandate electric-use reductions

Polling data supports call for reforms by hundreds of Ohio’s leading employers, business groups and labor


Columbus, Ohio—Ohioans for Sustainable Jobs, a coalition of Ohio job creators, business organizations - including the Greater Cleveland Partnership - and labor groups, today released the results of a public opinion poll finding that a majority of Ohio voters agree that the government should not mandate reductions in electric use by residential and business customers.

In light of changing circumstances since the pre-recession mandate was passed, 72 percent of voters agree that the Ohio legislature should revisit and change the existing law.

GCP Annual Meeting outlines 2014 priorities, highlights 10-year accomplishments

Governor Kasich delivers keynote address

Cleveland, Ohio—Continued focus on redesigning and revitalizing Public Square and working to ensure that Hopkins Airport provides nonstop and convenient service to major business and leisure destinations are among the Greater Cleveland Partnership’s 2014 priorities highlighted at the organization’s Annual Meeting today. Read more.