[JURIST] Ohio voters on Tuesday rejected Senate Bill 5 [SB 5 text, PDF], which would have impacted Ohio’s 400,000 public workers by limiting their ability to strike and collectively bargain for health insurance and pensions. It would have mandated that public workers pay 15 percent of their health insurance premiums and at least 10 percent of their salary to pensions. The proposed bill was strongly defeated with 61 percent [NPR report] of the votes placed to repeal the law and…