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After OSU attack, should Ohio allow concealed carry on campus?

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ATTACK AT OHIO STATE UNIVERSITYSomali OSU Professor: ‘I have a huge responsibility on my shoulders’ | 0:00

Two days after the OSU attack, Mohammed Omer helps his students wade through the repercussions of the attack. He says he has hope that the actions of one person will not define what America thinks about an entire group.
The Enquirer/Carrie Cochran Kate Murphy

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ATTACK AT OHIO STATE UNIVERSITYTimeline of the Ohio State attack | 1:06

A look at how the events unfolded in Columbus when a student attacked several

Read more at: http://www.cincinnati.com/story/news/politics/2016/11/30/after-osu-attack-should-ohio-allow-concealed-carry-campus/94640798/

Good Samaritan Clinic in Northport holding open house Thursday …

People can learn more about the mission of the Good Samaritan Clinic during an open house from 2-6 p.m. Thursday at the clinic, 3880 Watermelon Road in Northport.

Refreshments will be served and tours of the facility will be given.

The Good Samaritan Clinic was originated in in 1999 by the Tuscaloosa Baptist Association. The clinic provides free health care for uninsured patients from Tuscaloosa, Hale, Greene, Pickens, Bibb, and Fayette counties.

The clinic is a nonprofit organization supported by local churches, charitable individuals, corporations, and the United Way. Services are provided by medical professions and volunteers. To learn more about the clinic go online at www.gscclinic.org or search for the clinic’s Facebook page.

Read more at: http://www.tuscaloosanews.com/news/20161116/good-samaritan-clinic-in-northport-holding-open-house-thursday

Good Samaritan Clinic in Northport holding open house Thursday

People can learn more about the mission of the Good Samaritan Clinic during an open house from 2-6 p.m. Thursday at the clinic, 3880 Watermelon Road in Northport.

Refreshments will be served and tours of the facility will be given.

The Good Samaritan Clinic was originated in in 1999 by the Tuscaloosa Baptist Association. The clinic provides free health care for uninsured patients from Tuscaloosa, Hale, Greene, Pickens, Bibb, and Fayette counties.

The clinic is a nonprofit organization supported by local churches, charitable individuals, corporations, and the United Way. Services are provided by medical professions and volunteers. To learn more about the clinic go online at www.gscclinic.org or search for the clinic’s Facebook page.

Read more at: http://www.tuscaloosanews.com/news/20161116/good-samaritan-clinic-in-northport-holding-open-house-thursday