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HB54 and HB45 pass in Ohio House

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House Bill 54

Passed 78-18.  Even more support than I had hoped for.

House Bill 45

Passed 56-40.  I would have pegged it if not for Todd McKenney.

It’s not a done deal yet, these have to go through the senate and Gov. Kasich, who might Taft us, but it’s looking good.

Details on the debate, including the various attempts to sabotage HB45 can be found at the BFA website.

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Written by BornLib

May 11, 2011 at 2:21 pm

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  1. Governor Kasich deserves reverence for his signing of HB 54. Moreover this piece of state legislation is now in line with federal law. So a man applying for restoration of gun rights, under disability, at both the state and federal levels of government can not be charged with a violation of the federal law by the ATF, if caught in possession of a firearm in his home, due to a search warrant by such a federal agency, if that man has a state felony on his record.

    Soon all public official will begin to realize that laws are relative and not etched in stone, i.e.: they go on forever. That a man, once punished for his crime or crimes deserves a chance to be reinstated back into society and given another chance. The three strike rule should be made the national intolerable standard for violent offenders. That is, if they commit more than three aggravated, violent offenses against society, not fist fights but rather with a deadly weapon, they should never have a chance to have their civil rights restored under any circumstances.

    This should be made law all across the land in every state.

    wesleym53

    July 15, 2011 at 6:02 pm


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