Fire Mission - Ohio Restaurant Carry

Fire Mission - Ohio Restaurant Carry

This is a discussion on Fire Mission - Ohio Restaurant Carry within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I was asked to forward the following: For those who live in or travel to Ohio, carry in restaurants where you can consume alcohol will ...

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    Fire Mission - Ohio Restaurant Carry

    I was asked to forward the following:

    For those who live in or travel to Ohio, carry in restaurants where you can
    consume alcohol will be allowed 10/1/11. There is an article WITH A POLL at
    Carrying guns in bars to be legal come Friday | CommunityPress.com | cincinnati.com
    Coming-soon-guns-bars?odyssey=nav%7Chead

    Or Carrying guns in bars to be legal come Friday | CommunityPress.com | cincinnati.com

    The poll needs our help. Current results are almost 2-1 AGAINST the new
    law.

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    Should guns be allowed in liquor establishments? | Cincinnati.com | cincinnati.com
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    327 for / 556 against - I just voted.
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    The people in Ohio already voted-they elected a legsilature and govenor that support the Second Amendment. That was the poll that really mattered. With a headline like that of course the antis come out.
    I'd rather be lucky than good any day

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    I just voted. It is 702 against, 464 for. Doesn't surprise me coming from a Cincinnati paper. Cleveland, Columbus, and Cincinnati are all "liberal" cities. The state legislature and the governor are what count though, not the flaming liberal anti-gun press who expect the streets to run red with blood on Friday!
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    Its now 898 to 640 favoring against. I am personally welcoming this change. The wife and I both have family in Ohio and we will undoubtedly be armed when we travel. We often times go out to eat while we are there too. I wish more states would take a cue from Ohio here.

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    Just remember that the law allows licensed CCW in the establishment but you cannot consume any amount of alcohol while carrying in Ohio. None, zip, zero, nada!
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    Now 667 yes vs. 921 no

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    Gannett also owns my hometown newspaper. In fact, I was able to log on to the forum using my local userid. That publisher invariably presents a very anti-gun bias.

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    Voted.
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    916 yes, 971 no. I voted too
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    http://www.lsc.state.oh.us/analyses129/11-sb17-129.pdf

    The effective date of this law is Sept 30, 2011. That is tomorrow not Saturday. See link above.
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    Just voted -- 1067 Yes to 980 No

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    Ok, so now I voted from home too. It is now 1138 yes to 988 no. I should be sneaking and use other IP addresses, go through TOR and other things to obfuscate my origins

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    1153 to 989 now.

    15 to 1 in about 15 minutes.
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    Here, same stuff went on..... the "oh my ... " stuff. We can carry in any bar , restaurant, etc. and you can have a drink, you just can't be drunk, under the influence, etc. while carrying.... and agree by carrying to any test for blood alcohol level that are reasonable.

    Law - abiding citizens, especially those that take the responsiblity seriously, aren't going to suddenly become raving drunk lunatics and shooting up the bars.

    All has been quiet here the last 2-3 yrs since they passed it. No issues, no problems, no lunatics.

    Congratulations that your Legislature went by the facts, rather than the fear mongers.
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