Wednesday, November 20, 2013

OH:Reforms to Improve Gun Laws up for Debate

As is usually the case in these debates, the opposition puts forward numerous hypotheticals, none of which is backed up by the facts.   A classic case of "progressives" claiming that most people are too stupid to have rights.

The latest sweeping changes to Ohio gun laws, including a “stand your ground” provision, have generated fierce debate, and the gun bill containing them is set for action in the Ohio House this week.

House Bill 203 contains a number of components, including efforts to ensure that cities can’t avoid paying attorneys fees when their gun laws are challenged, and ensuring that people don’t get concealed-carry licenses in Ohio who don’t even qualify for purchasing a gun.

“We are attempting to get our constitutional rights back,” said Gary Witt, legislative coordinator for Ohioans for Concealed Carry.

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1 comment:

Wireless.Phil said...

From the "ChronicleT"

I'd provide the link, but their system takes all UPLs to the main page.

‘Stand your ground’ proposal clears Ohio House

Filed on November 21, 2013 by Associated Press