(Columbus, OH) Voters across Ohio will decide a pair of statewide issues today.
Issue One is also known as "Marsy's Law," a constitutional amendment that would require crime victims are notified of all court hearings and the right to have input on plea deals and receive restitution.
Issue Two is the controversial Ohio Drug Price Relief Act. It would force state agencies to pay less for prescription drugs than the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
Spending on Issue Two topped $65 million, making it the most expensive ballot campaign in Ohio history.