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Ohio Reaches a New Concealed Carry Record, A Boy Gets in Trouble for a Different Kind of Gun, & More

Posted Friday, March 7, 2014

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Ohio sets a new record for the number of concealed carry permits it hands out. A Columbus area boy got in trouble this week for using a different kind of 'gun' in school. Mayor Frank Jackson gave his State of the City address, touching on politics and potholes. Officials warn meth use is rampant across the state. Plus, we check in on the latest in Cleveland booming biotech industry.

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M.L. Schultze, Digital Editor at WKSU
Chris Quinn, Vice President of Content at the Northeast Ohio Media Group
Karen Kasler, Ohio Public Radio Bureau Chief
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Aram Nerpouni, President and CEO of BioEnterprise

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