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{{Nooh2014}}{{tnr}}{{Administration of government}}The '''Ohio State Sovereignty, Constitutional Power and Legally Binds Oaths Amendment''', also known as '''Ohioans for Ohio Amendment''', will not appear on the [[Ohio 2014 ballot measures|November 4, 2014 ballot]] in [[Ohio]] as an {{icafull}}. The measure would have declared Ohio state sovereignty, as well as state dominion over its government, commerce, education, environment and energy resources. Additionally, it would have proscribed the enforcement power of the [[Ohio Constitution]] to the [[Governor of Ohio|governor]], [[Attorney General of Ohio|attorney general]] and the citizens of the state. It also would have declared oaths under [[Article XV, Ohio Constitution#Section 7|Section 7 of Article XV]] of the [[Ohio Constitution]] legally binding.<ref name=petition>[http://www.webcitation.org/6PxRix0X2 ''Ohio Attorney General'', "Initiative Petition: Ohioans for Ohio Amendment," accessed May 30, 2014]</ref>
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{{Nooh2014}}{{tnr}}The '''Ohio State Sovereignty, Constitutional Power and Legally Binds Oaths Amendment''' will not appear on the [[Ohio 2014 ballot measures|November 4, 2014 ballot]] in [[Ohio]] as an {{icafull}}. The measure, which was also known as the '''Ohioans for Ohio Amendment''', would have declared Ohio state sovereignty, as well as state dominion over its government, commerce, education, environment and energy resources. Additionally, it would have proscribed the enforcement power of the [[Ohio Constitution]] to the [[Governor of Ohio|governor]], [[Attorney General of Ohio|attorney general]] and the citizens of the state. It also would have declared oaths under [[Article XV, Ohio Constitution#Section 7|Section 7 of Article XV]] of the [[Ohio Constitution]] legally binding.<ref name=petition>[http://www.webcitation.org/6PxRix0X2 ''Ohio Attorney General'', "Initiative Petition: Ohioans for Ohio Amendment," accessed May 30, 2014]</ref>
  
 
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::''See also: [[Laws governing the initiative process in Ohio]] & [[Amending state constitutions#Ohio|Amending the Ohio Constitution]]
 
::''See also: [[Laws governing the initiative process in Ohio]] & [[Amending state constitutions#Ohio|Amending the Ohio Constitution]]
Petitions had to submit [[Laws_governing_the_initiative_process_in_Ohio#Number_required|1,000 initial signatures]] with the initial petition filing. Supporters submitted their filing on October 30, 2012. On November 7, 2012, [[Ohio Attorney General]] [[Mike DeWine]] rejected the petition because the summary submitted was not "a fair and truthful representation of the proposed amendment."<ref>[http://www.webcitation.org/6PxRZE8hq ''Ohio Attorney General'', "RE: Proposed Initiated Constitutional Amendment Submitted by Ohioans for Ohio," November 7, 2012]</ref>
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Petitioners had to submit [[Laws_governing_the_initiative_process_in_Ohio#Number_required|1,000 signatures]] with the initial petition filing. Supporters submitted their filing on October 30, 2012. On November 7, 2012, [[Ohio Attorney General]] [[Mike DeWine]] (R) rejected the petition because the summary submitted was not "a fair and truthful representation of the proposed amendment."<ref>[http://www.webcitation.org/6PxRZE8hq ''Ohio Attorney General'', "RE: Proposed Initiated Constitutional Amendment Submitted by Ohioans for Ohio," November 7, 2012]</ref>
  
 
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The Ohio State Sovereignty, Constitutional Power and Legally Binds Oaths Amendment will not appear on the November 4, 2014 ballot in Ohio as an initiated constitutional amendment. The measure, which was also known as the Ohioans for Ohio Amendment, would have declared Ohio state sovereignty, as well as state dominion over its government, commerce, education, environment and energy resources. Additionally, it would have proscribed the enforcement power of the Ohio Constitution to the governor, attorney general and the citizens of the state. It also would have declared oaths under Section 7 of Article XV of the Ohio Constitution legally binding.[1]

Support

Committee to Represent the Petitioners

  • Ronald Clark
  • Ken Kay
  • James Flaugher
  • Roger Titkemeyer

Path to the ballot

See also: Laws governing the initiative process in Ohio & Amending the Ohio Constitution

Petitioners had to submit 1,000 signatures with the initial petition filing. Supporters submitted their filing on October 30, 2012. On November 7, 2012, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine (R) rejected the petition because the summary submitted was not "a fair and truthful representation of the proposed amendment."[2]

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