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Oklahoma gun store declared a Muslim-free zone

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The owner of an Oktaha gun range is proclaims his business is Muslim-free.

Iraq war veteran Chad Neal owns Save Yourself Survival and Tactical Gear.He says the July shooting at a Tennessee military recruiting center, convinced him to hang a sign that reads, "This privately owned business is a Muslim free establishment. We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone."Neal credits the sign for an increase in business.

>> Read more trending storiesNeal notes there is a military recruiting center in nearby Muskogee, and he thought this might help protect local soldiers.The Council on American-Islamic Relations tracks businesses that ban Muslims.  It is calling for the U.S. Department of Justice to investigate.

Seven things to avoid touching on a plane

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Frequent flyers accept exposure to germs is unavoidable.

But they also know there are some things you can do to minimize your risk at 30,000 feet.

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Huffpost.com says there are seven things you shouldn't touch on an airplane.

Armrests tops the list of things to avoid.

Also on the list of things you should avoid touching: tray tables.  A 2007 study revealed four in six tested positive for MRSA bacteria and noroviruses.

Rounding out the list of things you shouldn't touch on a plane: The inside door handle of the restroom, the restroom faucet handles, the toilet flushing button, blankets and the toilet seat.

Students learn chemistry via beer-testing lab

A college professor is using beer to inspire chemistry students.

University of Southern Maine professor Lucille Benedict told the Portland Press Herald it can be challenging to keep students engaged in chemistry, so she started using beer as a testing medium.

Benedict oversees the school's new Quality Assurance/Quality Control and Research Laboratory.

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In a partnership with the Maine Brewers Guild, the lab will provide testing and training for breweries and brewmasters.

Students say the beer-testing lab allows them to use science to solve real-world problems. Students will focus on how a flawed brewing process can contaminate or ruin beer.

Classes for brewers begin in the fall. 

Brewers can also send samples to the lab for testing. The lab charges $25 for basic testing.

Tempers flare in snow shovel dispute

A snow shovel skirmish lands a Newark, New Jersey man in the hospital with a bullet to the buttocks.

The victim told police he found the shovel outside his neighbor's home.

He was using it to clear the snow from another neighbor's driveway, when he was approached by a female neighbor who insisted the shovel he was using was her shovel.

NJ.com reports the victim returned the shovel to the woman, but while walking to his home he was confronted by the woman and three men, one of whom pointed a gun at his head.

Police reports indicate the woman ordered one of her accomplices to shoot him.

The victim was struck in the derriere.

A struggle ensued, with the assailants making their getaway in a green car.

There was no immediate word on the man's condition.

Oklahoma Senator calls for removal of Andrew Jackson from the $20 bill

Oklahoma U.S. Senator James Lankford has introduced a resolution calling for the removal of Andrew Jackson from the $20 bill.

Jackson, according to the Oklahoma Historical Society, is thought to be the architect of the program to remove members of the Seminole, Creek, Chickasaw, Cherokee, and Choctaw tribes from their ancestral homes.

That policy resulted in the forced relocation of millions of American Indians, as well as the deaths of thousands.

A press release from Lankford reads, "The Administration has already announced they will place a woman on the $10 bill in 2020. I support recognition of a historic American woman on the $20 bill and the removal of Andrew Jackson, since he began the Indian removal policies that forced thousands of American Indians off their ancestral homelands.”

Last summer Treasury Secretary Jack Lew announced that a significant woman from U.S. history would be put on the $10 bill.

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