Discussing the accusations against Cincinnati city councilwoman Tamaya Dennard
Cincinnati city councilwoman Tamaya Dennard was arrested on Tuesday and accused of trying to exchange votes for money. She now faces federal charges of honest services wire fraud, bribery and attempted extortion.
WCPO 9's manager of investigative content Dr. Hillary Lake and I-Team reporter Paula Christian join host Brian Niesz to discuss the case against Dennard, the reaction from city officials, and what happens next.
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