Speaker of the Ohio House Clifford A. Rosenberger (R-Clarksville) today released the following statement regarding the attack at Ohio State University:

“My thoughts and prayers are with all involved in today’s attack on Ohio State’s campus—those injured and their families, students, and staff. My sincere thanks and gratitude goes out to Columbus law enforcement officers, university police and all first responders for their quick response to this dangerous situation. Because of their diligence and commitment to keeping our city and students safe, the threat was quickly contained and further injury prevented. Students also deserve credit for cooperating with university officials and law enforcement as the situation unfolded. The Ohio House stands with Ohio State, law enforcement and the governor during this ongoing investigation.”

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