COLUMBUS, OH - FEBRUARY 22: Protesters against Senate Bill 5 display their signs during a rally against a pending budget bill at the Ohio Statehouse February 22, 2011 in Columbus, Ohio. Supporters against Senate Bill 5 say it will serve as a 'union buster,' forcing state employees to give up collective bargaining rights and pay more for health care and pensions. Ohio Governor John Kasich has said the bill is needed to balance the growing deficit and to show accountability to the taxpayer's money. (Photo by J.D. Pooley/Getty Images)
COLUMBUS, Ohio - New numbers show opponents of an Ohio bill to limit workers' collective bargaining rights sent the governor thousands of emails in the last two months.
Records show more than 14,000 emails were sent to Governor John Kasich about the bill.
Of those emails, 84 percent opposed the bill.
Governor Kasich signed the bill last week amid a national fight over union rights.
Opponents of the bill continue to push for referendum.