The Ohio General Assembly lame duck session has ended, but its impact will endure.
Gov. Mike DeWine is set to address a slew of major election related provisions, including a strict photo-ID requirement for in-person voting.
Another measure bolsters the verification process for the unemployment compensation system.
But what didn't survive the two-year session is just as noteworthy.
We will discuss what passed, what didn't, and what to look for in the new year on our weekly reporter roundtable.
Laura Bischoff, politics and state government reporter, USA TODAY Network Ohio Bureau
Julie Carr Smyth, government and politics reporter for The Associated Press
Andy Chow, reporter for the Ohio Public Radio Statehouse News Bureau