Ohio: Senate Passes Emergency Powers Bill

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U.S.A. -(AmmoLand.com)- Yesterday, the Senate voted 23-7 to pass Senate Bill 185, to guarantee that Second Amendment rights remain protected during emergencies.

Senate Bill 185 declares firearm possession, transportation, carrying, commerce, and training range access, as well as hunting and fishing, to be life-sustaining, essential activities. Both local and state government authorities are prohibited from infringing upon these rights under the guise of a declared emergency, either on a local or state level. Further, the legislation provides legal recourse for people who experience unjust infringements on these essential rights.

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Tionico
Tionico(@tionico)
1 month ago

Ohio is looking better and better as the “times” march onward. One of the top states I’d consider as a new home. But NOT in or right next to any of the najor cities, all of which are intolerable messes. Im halfway between Seattle and Portland, so know about this. Trouble is, the politics that infest those two cities also runs both states. Does not seem to be the case in Ohio. The big cities make their attempts (passing their own more-restrictive gun laws in deefiance of state preemtption) but get taken back down to size by the courts. That… Read more »

Russn8r
Russn8r(@russn8r)
1 month ago

“The ordeal suffered by 12 anonyms in London 300 years ago is recorded obscurely ‘Bushell’s Case.’ Its 20th century oblivion belies the respect it commanded in the 18th, and conceals its enduring influences upon our republic. It was one of the most influential events in the history of our imperfect species due to its impact upon the writers of our Declaration of Independence & Constitution. It was spontaneous, unlike any other great charter of liberty – no conscious planning, public agitation, signing a formal document, [or] highly-placed persons. It arose from the people. It is the story of the trial… Read more »

swmft
swmft(@swmft)
1 month ago

the ultimate right is qualified immunity to box up and send back infringer