A proposal for the people to vote once again on legislative term limits advances in the Unicameral, though the change is up in the air.
The sponsor of the constitutional amendment says he will settle on a plan during the next round of debate.
Sen. Paul Schumacher of Columbus says the Unicameral first needed to decide whether it favors change before considering what that change might be.
Schumacher says legislators will decide whether to ask voters to approve three, four-year term limits or two, six-year term limits during the next round of debate.
The constitutional amendment, LR 7 CA, would have no effect on current state senators, only future members of the Unicameral.
Currently, legislators are limited to two, four-year terms though they can run again after sitting out a term.