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Protesters take to Akron streets

Season 2023 Episode 16 | 26m 46s

Protesters have been taking to the streets of Akron following a special grand jury’s decision not to indict the police officers who shot and killed Jayland Walker last summer after a car and foot chase. The special grand jury convened to hear the case against the officers returned a no-bill decision on Apri; 17. It means the special grand jury determined the shooting was legally justified.

Aired: 04/20/23
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A law banning gender-affirming health care for trans youth is still blocked.
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.
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The verdict makes Trump the first former American president to be convicted of a felony.
A law banning gender-affirming health care for trans youth is still blocked.
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.