A new poll shows that Ohio voters oppose a bill that would limit collective bargaining rights for public employees. The bill would allow workers to bargain only over wages, hours and working conditions. The bill would also end binding arbitration, set minimum contribution levels for pension and health-care contributions and prohibit strikes. The Ohio Senate approved the bill by a one vote margin, and the House is expected to vote on the bill before April 5. The poll showed that voters opposed the bill, and that many do not approve of the Governor's tactics.