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Weekly Reporter Roundtable

  • We cover the latest on politics in Ohio on today's Weekly Reporter Roundtable.
  • We cover the latest on politics in Ohio on today's Weekly Reporter Roundtable.
  • We cover the latest on politics in Ohio on today's Weekly Reporter Roundtable.
  • The Ohio Supreme Court is now mulling motions to throw out the revamped state legislative district maps. We’ll tackle that and look at the state incentives for the $20 billion dollar Intel project in Licking County on our Weekly Reporter Roundtable.
  • In what's been hailed as a major victory by reform advocates, last week the Ohio Supreme Court in a pair of 4-3 rulings held that Ohio's congressional district maps, as well as the maps for the state legislature, were unconstitutional. We are taking a look at what the rulings mean for redistricting in Ohio.
  • Gov. Mike DeWine announced he will deploy 1,050 National Guard members to Ohio hospitals struggling with staffing shortages due to the latest COVID surge. We take a look at the latest on COVID in Ohio as well as the top stories of 2021.
  • The Ohio Republican Party is facing internal strife over the party's finances and accusations of mismanagement, while the Democratic party is struggling to find candidates for next year's elections. We look at what's going on with the two major parties in Ohio on our Weekly Reporter Roundtable.
  • The National Redistricting Action Fund has filed a court challenge to Ohio's four-year congressional map. We preview the coming legal battle over redistricting and more on our Weekly Reporter Roundtable.
  • State lawmakers from both parties have released their first proposals for Ohio’s new congressional maps. On the Weekly Reporter Roundtable, we discuss the latest on Congressional redistricting in Ohio.
  • Ohio House Speaker Bob Cupp said earlier this month that the Republican-controlled legislature will move on from efforts to ban or limit COVID vaccine mandates. But a fellow Republican lawmaker has other ideas. We catch up with the latest news from the Statehouse on our Weekly Reporter Roundtable.