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Ohio Rep. Dave Greenspan co-sponsors bills to repeal House Bill 6

The controversial bill has recently been thrust into the spotlight in relation to a federal racketeering investigation.

State Rep. Dave Greenspan (R-Westlake) has joined a growing number of representatives in co-sponsoring two bills to repeal the controversial nuclear bailout bill known as House Bill 6.

House Bill 6 has widely been referenced statewide in recent days due to a federal racketeering investigation.

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One bill repealing House Bill 6 is being brought forth by State Reps. Mark Romanchuk (R-Ontario) and Laura Lanese (R-Grove City) and another sponsored by Michael Skindell (D-Lakewood) and Michael O'Brien (D-Warren).

"Last year, based on principles due to content of the legislation, I originally voted against House Bill 6 and then again voted No on a second vote on the bill," Greenspan said in a statement. "I believe we must restore the faith of all Ohioans within our institution of the House chamber by immediately repealing this legislation.

Romanchuk and Lanese's bill has been co-sponsored by more than 30 other representatives so far.

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