The Ohio Supreme Court has ordered Columbus City Council to move forward with consideration of an initiated ordinance sought by a group that wants the city to direct $87 million to clean energy programming.

In a decision Thursday evening, a majority of justices ruled city council “abused its discretion” late last year when it rejected a petition from ProEnergy Ohio LLC to place the matter before voters in Tuesday’s primary election. The 5-2 decision stopped short of forcing the matter…

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