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Addressing The Unvaccinated In Ky., Funding For Brent Spence Bridge Repair And More Top Stories

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On Cincinnati Edition's weekly news review:

Hundreds of thousands of unvaccinated people in Kentucky have health insurance because of the state's expansion of Medicaid. So, why aren't they signing up for jabs? State officials hope to change that.

Courier-Journal reporter Deborah Yetter explains.

A man who spent 28 years in prison following a wrongful conviction on a murder charge seeks further justice.

WCPO reporter Paula Christian joins us to tell that story.

Divergent wings of the Democratic Party faced off in a special election in Ohio, so what can the results from OH-11 tell us about where things are politically as the party hopes to hold on to Congress next year?

Cleveland.com lead political reporter Seth Richardson has that.

And the federal transportation bill in Congress could possibly bring a long-sought answer to the Brent Spence Bridge project. Plus, Republican Congressman Steve Chabot draws a possible primary challenger.

Enquirer reporter Scott Wartman will be here to talk about that.

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Michael Monks brings a broad range of experience to WVXU-FM as the host of Cincinnati Edition, Cincinnati Public Radio's weekday news and information talk show.