A boss' political decision lead employees to make an economic decision

A restaurant in Milford has closed temporarily after taking a stand against the Nov. 7 ballot measure that would put the right to an abortion in the Ohio Constitution.

Staff did not clock in, said owner Brian Arlinghaus, after he put a sign in the window Wednesday against the statewide issue and spoke to them about his stance.

“I told the staff, I started off by thanking them for all the hard work they do there for the restaurant,” Arlinghaus said Thursday afternoon. “When it comes to this issue, I believe the issue is more than just a political issue.” He added that he is Catholic and he does not believe abortion is “good for women.”