Lame duck session, that magical time between Election Day and the end of the two-year term of the Ohio general assembly, is always busy.
State legislators are at work, cramming in as much as possible what they need passed before the new session starts in January, when they have to start all over again with new bills.
No surprise that voter regulations are part of the mix, including a voter photo ID bill that has faced little public debate. The provision would require that your current address match the one on your drivers license or other state-issued ID.
Coming up on our weekly reporter roundtable, we talk about the impetus for the change and the pros and cons and more from the 2022 lame duck session.
Andy Chow, Reporter, Ohio Public Radio Statehouse News Bureau
Jessie Balmert, State government reporter with the USA TODAY Network Ohio Bureau
Jeremy Pelzer, Politics reporter with Cleveland.com