By JULIE CARR SMYTH
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Delays continue to plague a plan championed by a group of Republican lawmakers that wants Ohioans to vote this August to require 60% of the electorate to pass all future amendments to Ohio’s constitution. Two House committees scheduled possible votes Tuesday on related measures. Yet neither managed to act before Republican House Speaker Jason Stephens’ deadline to set the next day’s House calendar. One committee appeared to stalemate over legislation setting a $20 million August election, just months after passage of a GOP-backed election bill eliminating most such elections. Meanwhile, the supermajority proposal had yet to get a vote.