After four attempts, the group Yes for Ohio’s Energy Future received approval to move forward on their constitutional amendment requiring the state “to spend billions on green energy initiatives,” according to aCleveland.com article. The ballot initiative was recently approved for circulation by Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine (see our July 9, 2014 blog post for more on this). Gongwer & Hannah reports that the “issue would require the state to issue $1.3 billion in bonds each fiscal year over a 10-year period…on projects supporting energy infrastructure related to wind, solar, biomass, battery technology and geothermal sources.” The next step is for members of Yes for Ohio’s Energy Future to “collect more than 385,000 signatures of registered Ohio voters to qualify for a statewide ballot,” according to the Cleveland.com article. For more, read the full Cleveland.com article.