Ohio State Representative Armond Budish (D) appeared Thursday night on MSNBC's Rachel Maddow Show to discuss the unpopularity of the Republican's union-busting law, Senate Bill 5.


"As people learn more and more about what this union stripping bill does, they get more and more angry," he said. "Senate Bill 5 is about not letting people come together and bargain for fair wages, or for safe places to work. When people find out what this bill really does, they hate it."

Nearly 1.3 million people in Ohio signed a recall of the union-busting bill, which was delivered to Secretary of State's office at the end of June.

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