Weekly Reporter Roundtable
Republican leaders in the Ohio General Assembly say they have the votes to override a veto by Gov. Mike DeWine of a bill that would set limits on public health orders or states of emergency.
The bill passed the Ohio House and Senate last week without a single Democrat vote.
If the legislature overrides his veto, DeWine promises to fight the law in court as an unconstitutional violation of separation of powers.
Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher, our Weekly Reporter Roundtable looks the looming showdown between DeWine and the Republican-controlled legislature.
- Farnoush Amiri, statehouse reporter, The Associated Press
- Darrel Rowland, public affairs editor, The Columbus Dispatch
- Karen Kasler, bureau chief, Ohio Public Radio Statehouse News Bureau
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