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2006 – The year in review
By Jim Irvine
As we sit here enjoying the holiday season, we can’t help but reflect on the year past. It has been a fun and challenging one for Buckeye Firearms Association, filled with tremendous growth. But the overall feeling would have to be “satisfied.” HB347 will become law over the Governor’s imprudent veto.
The bill was voted on five times in the last six weeks, including override votes in the Ohio House and Ohio Senate. We stood by our friends leading up to the November elections, and our friends stood by us in completing the veto override, something that has not happened in Ohio for almost three decades.
Congratulations to all of us. Right and good prevailed over lies and fear mongering.
The success we had in December was the reward for a years worth of hard work. None of these accomplishments would have been possible were it not for the support, monetary donations, and volunteering of you – our grassroots supporters.
Here are a few highlights of Buckeye Firearms Association accomplishments from 2006:
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It is a big improvment. I am not satisfied. We should be like other places where CC is a RIGHT AND NOT A SO CALLED PRIVILEGE . We need to keep working on this.