We have a lot to talk about on this week's roundtable, locally, Cleveland looks to encourage pandemic safety measures in its neighborhoods, but it is more education than enforcement based.
In the wake of another police shooting, the city's major sports teams have formed an alliance to fight social injustice, but criticisms remain about the funding model for those teams stadiums and arenas.
Also, two Northeast Ohio law schools at Cleveland State and the University of Akron begin talks about a possible merger.
In Columbus, Governor Mike DeWine shrugs off talk of impeachment by members of his own party, one of whom now finds himself before the Ohio Elections Commission on potential campaign finance violations
Attorney General Dave Yost says he will file suit to block nuclear bailout fees if lawmakers don't repeal corruption-tainted House Bill 6.
Later this hour, we'll get some thoughts from Lisa Stickan, chair of the Cuyahoga County Republican Party, on the Republican National Convention, which wrapped up last night with President Donald Trump accepting his party's nomination. She was a delegate of the convention and attended virtually.
Finally, a glimpse at how high school sports may look just in time for the football season to begin. How full will the stands be? And who will fill them?
On the program today to talk about these stories and more, is ideastream reporter Nick Castele and with us from Columbus is Karen Kasler, Statehouse News Bureau Chief.