The flap over Ohio's Inspector General attending a political fundraiser continues.
A Democrat lawmaker has introduced legislation that would make major changes to the state's watchdog.
Randall Meyer has been under fire for attending a Republican Party fundraiser in Clinton County. He gave a non-political speech at the event about the role of the office, But, State Rep. Connie Pillich says he never should have been there in the first place.
Among the changes, her bill would give the power to appoint an i-g to the four legislative leaders - two Republicans and two Democrats. At least three would have to agree on the pick. It would also impose strict political restrictions on the office and employees.