Josh ‘No Strings on Me’ McKoon picks up his camera

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Josh McKoon, then-chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee speaking in favor of his "religious liberty" bill in 2015. Bob Andres,

On Monday, state Sen. Josh McKoon, R-Columbus, the most inconvenient man in the state Capitol, declared that he would not seek a fifth term.

On Tuesday, just two days early, he had a Groundhog Day epiphany:

Members of the state House long ago decided to bring video cameras into their committee meetings. A lobbyist, a reporter, even a member of the public can tap into the feed and watch what’s going on.

Not so the Senate. To learn what’s going on, you have to be in the room where it happens. Personally.

McKoon has decided to change this:

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