This week on Hear Cincinnati, host Maxim Alter, digital editor Meghan Wesley, digital reporter Lucy May and 9 On Your Side anchor Kathrine Nero talk Fiona's relationship with her dad, foreign investments in the Tri-State, Clifton Market's struggles, a toxic chemical found in the bodies of Tri-State residents, another bagel shop coming to Cincinnati and more.
Maxim then chats with Reverend David Meredith, whose church is part of the newly-formed Cincinnati Sanctuary Congregation Coalition. The coalition is made up of more than 20 Tri-State congregations of Christian, Jewish and Muslim faith working together to house, feed and protect immigrants who fear they could be deported.
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- Churches band together to stop deportations
- Why you haven't seen Fiona out with her dad
- Tri-State wants super-sized foreign investment
- NPR's Declaration of Independence tweetstorm confuses some
- Clifton Market stumbling 6 months after opening
- UC study: Toxic chemical showing up in Tri-State residents
- Could this new shop have the best bagels in Cincinnati?
- 1:00 - The panel talks Fiona and her dad, foreign investments in the Tri-State, Clifton Market's struggles, a toxic chemical in Tri-State residents, a new bagel shop and more.
- 18:00 - Reverend David Meredith discusses what his church and a coalition of more than 20 local congregations are doing to help undocumented immigrants.
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