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An eleventh-hour amendment to an Ohio state budget bill in 2014 tripled property line setbacks for commercial wind turbines, essentially suspending wind energy development in the state. After several failed attempts to loosen the restrictions through legislation, a renewable energy group and four Ohio landowners sued the state in November 2018, alleging the General Assembly violated the state constitution’s “single-subject rule” for legislation.