Ohio residents are currently struggling to get to work, and that can’t continue forever.
The state legislature recently passed a bill that would make it easier for them to move from one state to another and from one job to another.
But even though the bill is now set to go into effect, there are still many Ohioans who can’t get their work done.
The state senate on Thursday approved a bill to allow businesses to hire people who are unemployed and under 18 and provide them with up to two weeks of paid leave to work.
The bill would also make it harder for workers to lose their jobs.
The bill has garnered bipartisan support, with a majority of Republicans in favor of it.
It was supported by Democrats, including Sens.
Michael Bocanegra and Tim Walz.
But even though it passed the state senate, a separate bill in the House is now in a separate committee, and there is still no timetable for when it might become law.
The problem is that many of the businesses affected by the bill will be struggling to survive.
There is also concern that the bill could hurt the economy by lowering wages and job creation.
Some of the concerns have been made in the media, but they aren’t going away.
For example, the Ohio Chamber of Commerce said on Wednesday that the legislation would hurt job creation, as Ohioans would not have enough time to find new jobs.
And it’s not just businesses.
Ohioans also could lose their health insurance coverage if they can’t find work and are forced to accept less money.
In addition, the bill would force people to work for more than 40 hours a week and will create new rules that would force employers to give employees paid sick days if they are under 18.
This could affect people like Emily White, who works in the software industry in Dayton, Ohio.
White has been unemployed for two months and hasn’t been able to find a job.
She’s working part-time but says that if the bill becomes law, she will have to start looking for full-time work.