Posted Friday, June 14, 2013
The man accused of holding three Cleveland women captive for a decade signals he might change his not guilty plea. Alleged copper thieves put power sources at risk in three counties. A proposed pipeline to transport natural gas from shale raises eyebrows among landowners in Medina County. And Republican lawmakers call for greater transparency of the state's spending habits, and more restrictions on abortion. Join host David Molpus and a panel of journalists as they dissects the week's news on the Reporters' Roundtable, Friday at 9 on 90.3.
Karen Kasler, Bureau Chief, The Statehouse News Bureau
Chris Quinn, Assistant Managing Editor, The Plain Dealer
M.L. Schultze, Reporter, WKSU
Ariel Castro willing to plead guilty to some charges to avoid death penalty, lawyer says
Group: Pipe up on pipeline
Ohio House Republicans propose more abortion restrictions
Proposed database would let Ohio taxpayers monitor state spending online, penny by penny
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