Vote on Mason abortion ban delayed; marital rape survivors seek justice and more top stories
On Cincinnati Edition's weekly news review, journalists join us for the full hour to share details about recent big stories.
On Cincinnati Edition's weekly news review live at noon on Friday:
WYSO reporter Mawa Iqbal says protesters outside Dayton's City Hall called for police reform and an independent investigation after Dayton police officers dragged a man who is paraplegic out of his car. In body cam footage released by the department, Clifford Owensby is forcibly removed and handcuffed on the ground. He has hired an attorney.
WVXU reporter Jolene Almendarez shares details from Mason where City Council delayed a vote on an abortion ban. The plan, which follows a similar move made by Lebanon, drew passionate reactions from all sides of the debate.
Columbus Dispatch reporter Haley BeMiller will discuss an Ohio law that victim advocates argue should be changed to support survivors of marital rape.
Enquirer food writer Keith Pandolfi joins us for a discussion about his quest for "weck" and some restaurants he's enjoyed on Newport's Monmouth Street.
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