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Ohio's Energy Policy After The HB6 Scandal

This Oct. 5, 2011 file photo shows the cooling tower of the Davis-Besse Nuclear Power Station in Oak Harbor, Ohio.
Amy Sanceta
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Associated Press

When the House Bill 6 scandal first began to unravel, following the federal arrests of former House Speaker Larry Householder and four others, Gov. Mike DeWine rejected repealing the bill, saying that he advocated for a balanced energy policy and that nuclear plants are a part of that.

He changed course the next day, saying that the bill should be repealed but that he still supported the policy.

Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher: The history and future of Ohio’s energy policy

Guests:

  • Andy Chow, reporter, Ohio Statehouse News Bureau
  • Sandy Buchanan, executive director, Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis
  • Matt Hammond, president, Ohio Oil and Gas Association
  • John Kotek, vice president of policy, Nuclear Energy Institute

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