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Lawmakers Argue At Restaurant, Local Film Set Burgled And More Top Stories

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

State Rep. Bill Seitz, a Republican from Green Township, got into an altercation at a Columbus restaurant over the looming expulsion of former Speaker Larry Householder.

USA Today Ohio Network Bureau reporter Jessie Balmert has details on that, as well as on Householder's son hoping to replace him; the impact of a Supreme Court ruling against the NCAA limiting athletes' education-related benefits;  and a state Supreme Court decision on teachers needing police-level training in order to carry firearms at school.

WVXU reporter Becca Costello is with us to break down the recently adopted $1.5 billion city 0f Cincinnati budget.

We revisit the Comair strike from 20 years ago with WKRC reporter James Pilcher.

And Hollywood star Timothée Chalamet is in town shooting a new movie, but the set has been robbed of guns, and vehicles have been broken into. Now the production is asking the city for $50,000 for additional security.

Enquirer intern/reporter Rachel Smith joins us to discuss.

Listen to Cincinnati Edition live at noon M-F. Audio for this segment will be uploaded after 4 p.m. ET.

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