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Gov. Mike DeWine delivers his first State of the State address

DeWine Considering Red-Flag Gun Law After Recent Attacks On Worshippers

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Gov. Mike DeWine says he’s deeply concerned about attacks at houses of worship, including at a synagogue in California this weekend. And that has him looking into a specific type of gun legislation that’s failed to move in the Republican dominated legislature before. DeWine called the shooting at the California synagogue “horrible” and “deplorable”. DeWine has… Read More

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Ohio Bill Would End Concealed-Carry Gun Permit Requirement

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Law-abiding Ohioans age 21 and older could legally carry hidden firearms without getting a permit under a proposal introduced by House Republicans and supported by GOP Gov. Mike DeWine. Sixteen states allow that. But Ohioans who want to legally carry concealed firearms currently have to pass a background check, receive eight… Read More

Ohio Concealed Carry (CHL / CCW)


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In this course we will discuss the importance of developing a Personal Protection Plan; review essential gun safety rules, gun handling fundamentals, ammunition and firearms storage, defensive shooting fundamentals, legal use of force / Ohio concealed carry laws, gear & gadgets; and, perform live-fire shooting drills on the range. Upon successful completion of this course and… Read More

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Kentucky Governor Signs Concealed Carry Bill

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FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) – Legislation allowing adults to carry a concealed handgun without a permit or training has been signed into law by Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin. The Republican governor signed the bill Monday. Under the legislation, Kentuckians age 21 and up who are able to lawfully possess a firearm can conceal their weapons without… Read More

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Bill to Allow Concealed Carry on W.Va. Campuses Fails


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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – Legislation to allow people with concealed weapons permits to carry guns on West Virginia college campuses has been defeated. The Senate judiciary committee voted Tuesday night by a narrow margin to keep the measure from going to the full Senate. The House of Delegates had passed the bill last week. Leaders… Read More

Ohio Concealed Carry (CHL / CCW)


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In this course we will discuss the importance of developing a Personal Protection Plan; review essential gun safety rules, gun handling fundamentals, ammunition and firearms storage, defensive shooting fundamentals, legal use of force / Ohio concealed carry laws, gear & gadgets; and, perform live-fire shooting drills on the range. Upon successful completion of this course and… Read More

Ohio Concealed Carry (CHL / CCW)


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In this course we will discuss the importance of developing a Personal Protection Plan; review essential gun safety rules, gun handling fundamentals, ammunition and firearms storage, defensive shooting fundamentals, legal use of force / Ohio concealed carry laws, gear & gadgets; and, perform live-fire shooting drills on the range. Upon successful completion of this course and… Read More

Stand Your Ground, Red Flag Law Both On Table For 2019

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Ohio Senate President Larry Obhof (R-Medina) said he’s open to discussing two high-profile gun laws when the General Assembly returns next year, the “Stand Your Ground” bill and the “red flag law.” These two issues caused a rift among members of the House and Senate, along with Gov. John Kasich. The “Stand Your Ground” bill… Read More

The Ohio Supreme Court building in downtown Columbus, Ohio.

In 2018, Ohio Supreme Court Made Big Decisions On Abortion, Death Penalty

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It was a big year for the Ohio Supreme Court, with decisions on abortion, the death penalty and bobbleheads and the final blow to what had been the state’s largest online charter school. These and others  decisions from the court were some of the stories that made headlines in 2018. One of the biggest rulings… Read More

Ohio Legislature Override Kasich Veto On Self-Defense Gun Bill

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The Ohio House and Senate have voted to override Gov. John Kasich’s veto on, HB228, a bill that would revamp the way the state handles self-defense cases in court. The bill shifts the burden of proof in self-defense cases from the defense to the prosecution. The legislation had strong support from pro-gun groups who said this… Read More

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Self-Defense Gun Bill Contingent On Possible Veto Override

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The stage is set for one last battle between lawmakers and Gov. John Kasich after he vetoed three bills in the past month. The House says it plans to take at least one veto override vote, which could include the self-defense gun bill. That bill, HB228, would shift the burden of proof in self-defense cases from the… Read More

Lawmaker Wants Clarity In Stand Your Ground Bill

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Republican senators are planning to discuss the possible changes they would like to make to HB228, the so-called “Stand Your Ground” bill which might include more specific language on when to use lethal force in self-defense situations. Sen. Bill Coley (R-West Chester) he wants the bill to clearly state three pillars; an attacker clearly shows an… Read More

Sides Clash Over Revamping Self Defense Within ‘Stand Your Ground’ Bill

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One of the most controversial bills moving through the Statehouse is the so-called “Stand Your Ground” bill. Pro-gun groups are for the legislation and say it removes the requirement to try and retreat before taking lethal action. But there’s a separate battle happening within the bill. For most crimes committed in Ohio the court system is set… Read More

OSU Adjusts Concealed Carry Gun Policy

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Ohio State University trustees have approved a resolution allowing off-duty officers from a select number of law enforcement agencies to carry concealed guns on campus so they can serve as first responders if needed. WCMH-TV reports the policy approved Friday applies to the university’s police force, the Columbus Police Department, Franklin… Read More