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Omicron variant of COVID-19 sends case loads soaring in Ohio

Season 2022 Episode 1 | 26m 43s

The state of Ohio is seeing a surge of COVID cases unlike at any other time during the pandemic. We have set new case and hospitalization records almost daily since after Christmas. 2022 will also be a pivotal election year at every level of government. Voters in Ohio will elect a new United States senator, 15 Congressmembers, governor and statewide executives. That and more on the Roundtable.

Aired: 01/06/22
Extras
Euclid police officer’s death leads to grief and concerns about current climate for law enforcement.
The president of the university has offered an apology and promised a full investigation.
Protests in Ohio have led to discussions about how campuses handled the student demonstrations.
FirstEnergy made dark money contributions to top Ohio politicians not implicated in the HB 6 scheme.
HB 68 bans gender affirming care and prohibits transgender girls from playing on girls sports teams.
Norfolk Southern has agreed in principle to pay $600 million in a class action lawsuit.
The total solar eclipse caps a busy weekend in Cleveland and Northeast Ohio.
We will discuss the outcome of the Ohio primary and the rest of the week's news.
The three-way contest between Bernie Moreno, Matt Dolan and Frank LaRose is up for grabs.
The chair of the NTSB says controlled burn of chemicals in derailment was not needed.
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Euclid police officer’s death leads to grief and concerns about current climate for law enforcement.
The president of the university has offered an apology and promised a full investigation.
Protests in Ohio have led to discussions about how campuses handled the student demonstrations.
FirstEnergy made dark money contributions to top Ohio politicians not implicated in the HB 6 scheme.
HB 68 bans gender affirming care and prohibits transgender girls from playing on girls sports teams.
Norfolk Southern has agreed in principle to pay $600 million in a class action lawsuit.
The total solar eclipse caps a busy weekend in Cleveland and Northeast Ohio.
We will discuss the outcome of the Ohio primary and the rest of the week's news.
The three-way contest between Bernie Moreno, Matt Dolan and Frank LaRose is up for grabs.
The chair of the NTSB says controlled burn of chemicals in derailment was not needed.