Ohio panel talks social media after Hitler post

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio's education board is meeting for the first time since its president posted a controversial anti-gun-control comment to Facebook that included a photo of Adolf Hitler.

The first order of business for the state Board of Education on Monday is a social media discussion.

The meeting has been relocated from the campus of the Ohio School for the Deaf to the Ohio Department of Education's headquarters, which has security guards. The department says the move is unrelated.

Democrats planned a rally where protesters will demand board president Debe Terhar's (DEH'-bee TAYR'-hahrz) resignation.

Terhar has acknowledged she made a mistake by sharing a photo of Hitler on Facebook while criticizing President Barack Obama's new gun-control efforts. She maintains she wasn't trying to compare Obama to the Nazi leader.

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