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Ohio GOP lawmakers push to repeal energy bill amid scandal

Seattle Times Thursday, 23 July 2020
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — THIS IS A BREAKING NEWS UPDATE. This story will be updated. Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine reversed course Thursday and called for a nuclear bailout energy law to be repealed in the wake of the state’s $60 million bribery scandal, a day after he said he wouldn’t support such a move. The […]
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News video: Ohio Speaker, associates accused of using $61m in 'dark money' to get energy bailout bill passed

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Ohio House Speaker Larry Householder and four of his associates have been arrested in relation to a scheme involving at least $61 million passed through an organization controlled by Householder for the purpose of passing a $1.5 billion taxpayer bailout to FirstEnergy.

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