The Spectrum: Franklin prosecutor’s race; synthetic intelligence


COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) – This week on The Spectrum:

“That is basically a CEO job for the third longest, largest legislation agency within the county,” stated Shayla Favor, candidate and present Columbus Metropolis Councilmember.

See how Favor is responding to criticism for coming into the race after profitable reelection to metropolis council.

“There’s nothing worse than unhealthy actors, whether or not within the state or out of the state, creating deceptive informational supplies for use to persuade folks to decide that’s so essential,” Rep. Joe Miller (D-Amherst) stated.

Now, there’s an effort on the Ohio Statehouse to make sure the legislation is evident and that voters are protected.

  • Saturday marked two years since Russia invaded Ukraine, and now assistance is on the way in which, but it surely’s not the long-awaited help bundle from Congress.

“That can end in 1000’s of lives being saved yearly,” retired Brigadier Normal Mark Arnold stated.

Hear how Arnold is delivering hope to the war-torn nation with the assistance of central Ohioans.

  • The three Republicans operating for the GOP Senate nomination stated they might help a nationwide abortion ban, regardless of Ohioans voting to guard abortion entry simply three months in the past. Are they out of step with voters? Republican strategist Terry Casey and Democratic strategist Greg Haas weigh in on the roundtable.

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