(CINCINNATI) -- Eight Cincinnati businesses could get their liquor licenses yanked if the city gets its way with the state.
All of them were flagged because of crimes that have happened in and around them.
Ohio has already pulled the license of another business on the city's hit list....
Council voted Wednesday night about those other eight, recommending that liquor licenses be denied by the State Division of Liquor Control.
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