October 2012
Athens News;10/22/2012, p5
The article presents the views of several readers of the periodical on different issues. One of the readers share his views on the health care system in Ohio which is considered as a socialist system but in reality, it is a system run by private insurance companies. Another reader discusses the waste thrown on the Court Street in Athens County, Ohio by drunken college students.


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