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Weekly Reporter Roundtable

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A political battle is brewing over the mandatory 10 p.m. early last call at Ohio bars and restaurants.

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine cited consecutive days of record-high COVID19 cases last week when he nixed plans to extend operating hours where alcohol is served. The Ohio Senate has responded with a measure that would repeal the governor’s curfew.

Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher Weekly Reporter Roundtable, we look at the pandemic and politics.

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