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

  • Time is running out for thousands of Ohioans who were victimized by Boy Scouts to get a piece of a multi-billion dollar settlement.
    Efforts are underway to make sure those who were abused have more time to come forward.
  • As Capitol Hill heads into summer recess, lawmakers are dealing with a flurry of activity, including a bill that will help veterans sickened by burn pits.
    “I hope we’ve learned our lesson there,” said Sen. Rob Portman (R-Ohio). I think we have.”
    In addition, representatives are weighing in on a controversial visit by the House’s top Democrat to Taiwan.
    “I don’t really care what China thinks about what Speaker (Nancy) Pelosi did,” said Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio).
  • Ohio isn’t all in with sports betting just yet. Why some are arguing the proposed rules for gaming don’t match up with the spirit of the law.
  • On the all-star roundtable, Republican strategist Matt Dole and former Ohio Senator Lou Gentile on Ohio’s not-so-special primary election and what issues will bring voters to the polls for November’s election.