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CINCINNATI (FOX19) -Two Cincinnati area bars were cited Saturday for violating health orders put into place by Gov. Mike DeWine, agents from the Ohio Investigative Unit, OIU, said.
Grub Pub in Hamilton and Taylors Tavern in Springfield were cited after OIU agents were able to purchase a drink after the 10 p.m. mandate.
Agents say they saw customers drinking past 11 p.m. at Taylors Tavern.
Overall a total of six bars in Ohio were cited overnight, agents said.
The agents say each of the estab…
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