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COLUMBUS POLICE WARN AGAINST FIRING GUNSHOTS INTO THE AIR DURING NEW YEAR'S CELEBRATIONS If you plan to ring in the New Year with a celebratory gunshot into the sky, Columbus Police have a word for you: Don’t. They are re-launching a city wide campaign in hopes of stopping people from shooting their guns into the air as they welcome the New Year.
OHIO SENATE COMMITTEE CONSIDERS CHANGES TO GUN LAWS An Ohio Senate committee is scheduled to consider changes to gun bills relaxing some requirements for a concealed carry permit and letting hunters use silencers on their guns under certain conditions.
MORE THAN A DDOZEN GUN BILLS AWAIT LAWMAKERS AFTER ELECTION Please upgrade your browser to view HTML 5 content Copy Link Embed Share By Jim Heath Monday October 27, 2014 6:06 PM UPDATED: Monday October 27, 2014 6:35 PM 0 6 Google +0 10 COLUMBUS, Ohio - A variety of gun bills are being shot out at the statehouse, all of them ready to be debated by lawmakers after the election next Tuesday. Mike Weinman from the Ohio Fraternal Order of Police says law enforcement dislikes many of the proposed gun bills, beginning with an Ohio version of Stand Your Ground. "You're going to have questions come up in your head when you're reading these bills so ask those questions," said Weinman. "What you don't want is lethal force being the first and only force being used and that's pretty much the fear in stand your ground laws." Stand Your Ground is just one of 14 bills - at last count - that would expand access to guns in Ohio. One bill would eliminate most requirements for carrying a concealed weapon, while another would allow guns in the classroom. A third would recognize concealed carry permits from other states. "We shouldn't have the legislature in the state of Indiana determining who carries a gun in Ohio," said Weinman. But Ken Hanson from the Buckeye Firearms Association says all of this worry is overblown. "My goodness when we changed carry in the car, people were going to be twirling guns on their fingers," said Hanson. "Well we can carry guns in restaurants and now people will be drinking beers and shooting each other. None of it every comes true." Hanson says despite objections from the Fraternal Order of Police, each gun bill will have its day at the statehouse. "I've called it an embarrassment of riches. we have a lot of gun bills," said Hanson. ©2014 by 10TV.com. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. More Stories From 10TV 10 Investigates: Mother Fights For Justice Against Bus Driver Who Allegedly Assaulted Children Ohio Health Officials To Review Potential Ebola Patients On Case-By-Case Basis More Than A Dozen Gun Bills Await Lawmakers After Election
OHIO GOVERNOR KASICH POISED TO SIGN BILL TO EXPAND CARRY CONCEALED RIGHTS Senate Bill 17 would allow concealed-carry permit-holders to take guns into bars, restaurants and stadiums that serve alcohol, unless those venues post prohibitions.
- Posted on 12/30/2014 COLUMBUS POLICE WARN AGAINST FIRING GUNSHOTS INTO THE AIR DURING NEW YEAR'S CELEBRATIONS
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- Posted on 10/27/2014 MORE THAN A DDOZEN GUN BILLS AWAIT LAWMAKERS AFTER ELECTION