OHIO-(ENEWSPF)- From the BBC:
A law limiting collective bargaining powers of Ohio unions has been defeated in a special referendum, according to the Associated Press.
The vote on the law, which had not yet taken effect, attracted a high turnout for a non-presidential election.
More than $30m (£18.6m) from both labour and business interests were poured into the vote, which was watched across the US.
Ohio Governor John Kasich had toured the state to promote keeping the law.
The governor lost. The law has been repealed by the people.