By Jeremy Pelzer
COLUMBUS, Ohio—The Republican-led Ohio General Assembly on Wednesday voted to override Gov. Mike DeWine’s veto of legislation to rein in his administration’s coronavirus powers.
Senate Bill 22, which takes effect in 90 days, gives lawmakers the authority to cancel any gubernatorial health orders that last longer than 30 days, require the governor’s office to renew such orders every 60 days, and create a legislative oversight panel.
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