Ohio House Speaker Larry Householder and four others are facing federal charges in connection to a $60 million bribe paid to pass and uphold a nuclear plant bailout, according to investigators.
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Householder was charged with conspiracy to participate in a racketeering scheme and was released on bond after appearing in federal court Tuesday.
Political consultant Jeff Longstreth, lobbyist Neil Clark, lobbyist Juan Cespedes and former Ohio GOP Chairman Matthew Borges are each charged with conspiracy to participate in a racketeering scheme.
Below is the 80-page criminal complaint that was unsealed Tuesday, detailing the investigation and charges against the defendants.
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