Ohio Inspector General Randall Meyer on Thursday released a much-anticipated report on the 10-year-old "Coingate" scandal that largely summarizes the series of events that led to the conviction of a major GOP campaign donor.
The subject of extensive partisan hand-wringing over the years, including allegations that the report was being stonewalled for political reasons, the final product is not likely to satisfy critics.
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