Opponents, hoping to overturn the financial rescue of Ohio’s nuclear power plants and two coal-fired plants have cleared an initial hurdle to put the issue before voters next year. Ohio’s attorney general certified revised language submitted by Ohioans Against Corporate Bailouts is a fair, truthful summary of the proposal. That means supporters can start collecting signatures from Ohio voters around the state that are required for the referendum to proceed. Supporters say it saves jobs and protects nuclear plants that account for nearly all of Ohio’s clean energy. Opponents criticize it as a bailout.