And your 1st paragraph is exactly why it should be done. Again as i said if OHSAA had thought this through and done the right thing from the start they wouldn't be in this position.If the idea, beginning to end, is just to get ticket prices controlled (and it comes with provisions like children have reduced tickets, there’s a Golden Buckeye card discount etc) I think that’s one piece of legislation that could actually get through for the reasons you mention.
I think Jay Edwards does have a sincere interest in wanting the barrier of ‘cost’ be eliminated (along with speaker Stephens, since they both represent areas of high poverty) but this idea of “let’s replace the OHSAA” is something he probably did not think through. My politics are pretty well-known, but to clarify my original comment from earlier it wasn’t intended to be an attack on those who vote Republican — it’s just a criticism of the general governing apparatus that currently holds the trifecta (and its current state of affairs.) Some things they do well, but I really do not see a caucus that has any ability to form a replacement body to the OHSAA. Feel free to ask why!
I said from the start they were inviting Lawyers to get involved and guess what they got worse ,Politicians.