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It gets better:
From the Cleveland Plain Dealer: 13 hours ago
Bill would eliminate required license for carrying a concealed handgun in Ohio
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Two Republican legislators propose eliminating the license required to carry a concealed handgun in Ohio, a change one describes as an effort to put Second Amendment rights on the same footing as others in the Bill of Rights.
As usual politicians seek to solve the problem using the politically expedient path of calling for more “gun laws”. Just remember legislation plus registration (via universal background checks) leads to confiscation. That is already happening in NYC via the SAFE Act.
OOORAH !!!! NRA !!!
I received a similar notice months ago. Commenting then. This notice should have been sent on the 1st or the 5th if they really wanted more people to comment! This is basic registration regulations. Because the 2ndA demands the right to own and bare arms. The Feds are using NSA and background checks to establish registration without the consent of the people against constitutional limitations. Right now an ‘entity’ with CLEO can hold in trust guns for individuals which have not gone through a background check, so the gov can have a registration of ownership. In this case I don’t know a solution. If the background checks were not a defacto registration then I would say force the ‘entities’ to require a criminal check before delivery of any firearm currently required to have an NICS. But that’s the whole problem right now. NICS needs to be reformed to do what it was intended to do. NOT create an unofficial registration without any controls on the Feds as to how it is to be used. Right now if the U.N. asked for the list of gun owners, government would give it to them, because it isn’t considered a registration. Obviously no one in the government who has bought a gun since 1986 would be on the list handed over for ‘security’ reasons. But you can bet your last dollar a common citizen would be on it. As a potential international terrorist.
So why hasn’t it abated yet ?