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The Bengal Behind Council Arrests; Lawmakers On Brent Spence Future & More Top Stories This Week

Jim Nolan
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WVXU

On Cincinnati Edition's weekly news review, Friday at noon:

WCPO reporter Dan Monk unravels the tangled web woven by the former Cincinnati Bengal who assisted federal investigators in landing indictments against two members of Cincinnati City Council.

Opponents of House Bill 6, the nuclear bailout legislation in Ohio, say a freeze is not enough. Ohio Public Radio Statehouse News Bureau reporter Andy Chow joins us to talk about that.

The Brent Spence Bridge is still on schedule to reopen Dec. 23, but after that, what will Kentucky lawmakers do related to funding any future improvements? Enquirer reporter Julia Fair is here to discuss.

And WKRC reporter James Pilcher on Ohio children and reversing the trend to victim-blame those who have been trafficked.

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