One problem with the Ohio constitution was debt exploded. This happened because there was no limit to how far you could go into debt. This is represented in the volcano erupting with the money bags coming out of it to show the debt is exploding.
One article of the Ohio constitution deals with education. In this article it is explained that taxpayers of Ohio pay for many of the things that are involved with school. Some things they pay for are computers, desks, the arts, and libraries or books. This is shown in the image above because the images that were added are what the taxpayers are paying for.
The legislative branch of government is in charge of making laws. After the law is recommended by a citizen and passed by the house and the senators, it moves on to the governor to make the final decision. In the image above, the governor is trying to decide if he should pass the law or not.
Another problem with the Ohio constitution was that the legislative branch was too powerful. In the image, it is shown by the fire on the building. After the constitution was revised, legislative powers were limited. This is shown in the image by the firefighter putting out the fire on the building.
Another article in the Ohio constitution is one that deals with all the livestock in Ohio. This is important because this is where we get all of our food from. We have to make sure the animals are happy and healthy so our food is good for us to eat. An example of livestock is cows and this is what is shown in the image above.
The executive branch enforces the law. The governor has the power to pass or veto a law under the executive branch. The image above shows a bill being vetoed and not becoming a law.