Just when you thought there weren’t any former allies left to attack Ted Strickland, the ACLU comes to the rescue.
From the Lancaster Gazette:
A justice reform bill endorsed by Gov. Ted Strickland and passed by the Senate designed to prevent wrongful convictions also includes a controversial measure to expand the collection of DNA samples to those arrested on felony charges.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Ohio opposes the measure, saying it poses a “myriad of civil liberty risks” including violating a person’s constitutional protections against illegal search and seizure, is ripe for abuse and is an invasion of privacy.
Jello Stricktaft just can’t win.