Ohio: Senate Committee to Consider Emergency Powers Legislation Tomorrow

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Ohio Senate Committee will consider emergency powers legislation tomorrow. IMG NRA-ILA

U.S.A. -(AmmoLand.com)- Tomorrow, the Senate Government Oversight and Reform Committee will consider legislation that prevents the closure of federally licensed firearms dealers by public officials, Senate Bill 360.  Please contact committee members and ask them to SUPPORT SB 360.

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Senate Bill 360 bars public officials from prohibiting all federally licensed firearms dealers (FFL) in the state or a specified geographic area from the commercial sale or transfer of firearms or their components or ammunition.  This will prevent the future closure of FFLs during declared states of emergency, including during the current Covid-19 outbreak.

Again, please contact members of the Senate Government Oversight and Reform Committee and ask them to SUPPORT Senate Bill 360.


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Ram
Ram
3 days ago

[X]- I believe that Ohio government has overstepped during this
$ccidental election year flu release.
[X]- On anything related to firearms, the GOP has been ambivalent
for decades. The acquisition of power seems to diminish due regard
for the rights of citizens.
[X]- The communist absorption of the Democrat party seems complete.

willyd
willyd
3 days ago
Reply to  Ram

Just a question, how did that work out in Pa and Governor Wolf with his emergency powers???????? Didn’t a judge just rule that it was illegal????

Gindy
Gindy
3 days ago
Reply to  willyd

Yes a judge did rule against Gov Wolf. And in the paper today Wolf announced ‘angrily’ that he will appeal that decision. I guess we should all hide under our beds because no one wants an “angry wolf” running loose.

Gindy
Gindy
3 days ago

How sad is it, and who would have thought, that we would need extra laws to keep what the Constitution confirms what we had from the beginning?

musicman44mag
musicman44mag
3 days ago
Reply to  Gindy

That’s the problem. We don’t need extra laws, we just need what we were given in the beginning and to follow it and not twist it into something other than what it means.