Gov. DeWine signs two-year state budget, the Reds' revival and more top stories
This week, Gov. Mike DeWine signed House Bill 33, Ohio’s $86.1-billion two-year operating budget, but not before vetoing 44 provisions. The new budget will remove the State Board of Education's power and expand the state's school voucher program. On Cincinnati Edition, we'll discuss which items didn't make the final budget and how it will affect Ohioans.
Plus, the Cincinnati Reds are in first place mid-season for the first time in 13 years. Can the Reds finally revive the “Big Red Machine?”
All that and more on the weekly news review.
- Jessie Balmert, Ohio Bureau reporter, USA Today Network
- Avery Kreemer, reporter, Dayton Daily News
- Nick Swartsell, general assignment reporter, WVXU
- Richard Skinner, digital sports reporter, host of “The Skinny” podcast, Local 12 News
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