Ohio House Panel Considering Changes to Concealed Carry Gun Law
It would eliminate firearms training, background check and license requirements
On June 18, 2019, an Ohio House committee considered legislation opposed by law enforcement groups that would drop the requirement for people carrying concealed weapons to say they are armed during interactions with officers.
The bill, sponsored by Republicans Rep. Ron Hood, of Ashville, and Rep. Thomas Brinkman Jr., of Cincinnati, would also eliminate requirements for firearms training, background checks and a license before people over 21 can conceal carry.
Wednesday morning, the House Federalism Committee approved a Republican-sponsored amendment requiring licensed firearm dealers to give gun purchasers a one-page leaflet on Ohio gun laws.
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