Writes Gabe McGranahan of OhioFreeState.com:

SCR-13 passed the Senate State and Local Government and Veterans Affairs Committee this morning by a vote of 6-3. It will now be referred to the full Senate for a vote. Please contact Senate President Bill Harris to encourage him to quickly bring this to the floor for a vote, and your Senators to respectfully urge final passage of this historic legislation.

And, from the Associated Press report:

The State and Local Government and Veterans Affairs committee approved the resolution by state Sen. Tim Grendell on Tuesday. It now heads to the full Senate.

It would affirm the 10th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, giving all powers not specifically delegated to the federal government to the states and the people.

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