First Slice 4-7-13: Guns-on-campus proposal isn’t dead

Plus, my money loves vacationing in the Bahamas


Second Amendment advocates didn’t get their wish at the Gold Dome this year to allow concealed weapons on college campuses. That might change in 2014.

Investigators are still scratching their heads over what caused an explosion at Georgia Power’s Plant Bowen in bucolic Euharlee, Ga., that blasted panels off the facility.

A second Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice officer was arrested on drug charges. Officials say Kevin Maurice Biggins was caught in a dorm room at Savannah State University, where he’s a student, with marijuana and oxycodone.

Barn says “See Rock City.” County says “See code violation.”

The Washington Post, the only American news organization to participate in an international journalism project looking at offshore tax havens, has published its findings. Approximately 4,000 U.S. individuals are listed in the records; 30 of those people are “American citizens accused in lawsuits or criminal cases of fraud, money laundering or other serious financial misconduct.”

And finally, it’s Michigan vs. Louisville. Place your bets.

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