Good-Ohio Supreme Court upholds ban on local gun control ordinances

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    Thumbs up Good-Ohio Supreme Court upholds ban on local gun control ordinances

    I'd rather be lucky than good any day

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    State laws will trump local laws. FL solved this crap with its preemptive statute on all gun laws.
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    It's not a complete victory. One issue still needs to be resolved.

    While reversing the judgment of the 8th District on all of the constitutional issues that court addressed, the Court remanded the case to the 8th District for review of one remaining constitutional challenge to the legislation enacting R.C. 9.68. That claim, which the 8th District dismissed as moot, alleges that H.B. 347 violated the constitutional provision limiting legislative bills to a “single subject.”
    http://www.supremecourt.ohio.gov/PIO...229/092280.asp

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    Quote Originally Posted by rtroha View Post
    It's not a complete victory. One issue still needs to be resolved.



    http://www.supremecourt.ohio.gov/PIO...229/092280.asp
    So does this mean, worst case, the legislature would need to pass a stand-alone bill preempting local laws?

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    Yes.

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    The Plain Dealer, of course, is boo-hooing this decision and putting their liberal spin on the front page.
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    The mayor of Cleveland needs paper trained also, he is one of the culprits who initiated this because of a rise in crime. Another reason for the good guys to carry and protect their families and themselves.

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