Ohio: Update On Emergency Powers Legislation Committee Hearing

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Sponsored by Representative Scott Wiggam (R-1), House Bill 325 declares firearm possession, transportation, carrying, commerce, and training range access, as well as hunting and fishing, to be life-sustaining, essential activities. IMG NRA-ILA

U.S.A. -(AmmoLand.com)- On Tuesday, September 28th, the Ohio House Government Oversight Committee heard bill sponsor testimony on House Bill 325, Emergency Powers legislation.

Sponsored by Representative Scott Wiggam (R-1), House Bill 325 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.

Representative Wiggam’s testimony can be read here.

We are expecting a second hearing for HB 325 to be scheduled in the next two weeks.

Continue to check your inbox and www.NRAILA.org for updates on this important legislation.​


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HLB
HLB
15 days ago

Once again, the weapons patriots are fighting for a right they already have, but do not exercise enough to stop the infringement at the root level.

HLB

swmft
swmft
15 days ago

the recourse should be felony for infringer , you dont want me to have a gun now you cant have one ever