Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine hasn't ruled out a veto of a bill passed last week in the Ohio Senate that would limit his authority in issuing state of emergency and public health orders.
DeWine says he won't support a provision of the bill that would cause public health states of emergency to expire after 90 days. After that time, the decision to extend the declaration would fall to the Ohio General Assembly.
Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher's Weekly Reporter Roundtable, we discuss the latest statehouse clash over the governor's handling of the pandemic.
Jessie Balmert, state government reporter, Cincinnati Enquirer
Jeremy Pelzer, reporter, Cleveland.com
Karen Kasler, bureau chief, Ohio Public Radio Statehouse News Bureau