Ohio gun rights – Cleveland, Ohio

Ohio gun rights – Cleveland, Ohio

Cleveland, Ohio 2021-05-26 06:11:49 – Columbus (WCMH) — Ohio Republicans announced a new gun bill on Tuesday. Congressman Scott Wigam (R-Wayne County) and Congressman Tim Schaffer (R-Lancaster) announced a new bill at a press conference on Tuesday. The bill declared possession, transportation, transportation, and training of guns “an essential activity to sustain life.” This prohibits local or state government authorities from “infringing” these rights in the event of a state of emergency. “Ohio citizens need to know that, in the worst case, their rights are protected under the Second Amendment to the US Constitution and Article 1-4 of the Ohio Constitution,” Schaffer said. I am. Legislators used Michigan as an example of this event because gun range and stores were not considered essential during the pandemic. In Ohio, Governor Mike DeWine did not close these facilities. “We shouldn’t wait for anti-gun politicians to rule the state to seek protection of our second amendment rights,” said Rob Sexton of the Buckeye Firearms Association. Some say it’s not the time for the bill after three mass shootings in Ohio in just one week. Congressman Christine Boggs (D-Columbus) said he should instead work to resolve the issue of gun violence. “We lost a lot of Ohio in gun violence, and I have no idea how this law would prevent others from dying,” she said. When asked about the shootings and the timing of the law, Schaffer said the two were unrelated. “We reaffirm and protect the Ohio and US Constitutions, and there’s […]

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