Posted by | October 26, 2011 13:36 | Filed under: Top Stories

Mitt Romney was for, then hedged, and now is even more for Ohio Governor John Kasich’s efforts to limit workers’ collective bargaining rights.

Romney, during a visit to a GOP phone bank in Ohio Tuesday, earned the ire of conservatives when he indicated he would not take a stand on Ohio ballot Issue 2, which seeks to overturn Kasich’s legislation limiting the collective bargaining power of government union workers.

“I fully support Gov. Kasich’s Question 2 in Ohio,” Romney said at a campaign stop in Virginia Wednesday. “I’m sorry if I created any confusion there.”

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