News Review: Rural Residents Struggle to Get Vax; Statehouse Stories
On Cincinnati Edition's weekly news review, live at noon:
Enquirer reporter Jessie Balmert reports from Columbus on lawmakers' elimination of nuclear subsidies in the controversial legislation known as House Bill 6; an exploration of whether a non-Trump-esque Republican can compete in the 2022 U.S. Senate race; and mass COVID-19 vaccination sites announced.
WCPO reporters Whitney Miller and Larry Seward join us to discuss local rural residents' challenges in accessing COVID-19 vaccines, and how home health care workers are overcoming their own doubt about the vaccines.
And WKRC reporter James Pilcher with a Brent Spence Bridge investigation, a report from Pike County where a former sheriff pleads not to be sent to prison, and why Attorney General Dave Yost says the City of Cincinnati should sue to get its money back from the two suspended members of city council who are still being paid.
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