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Changes Sought In Ohio Carry Law

Tuesday, November 8, 2005

Supporters of Ohio's Concealed Carry law hope to tweak the relatively young law by cleaning up some of its language and offering anonymity to some Ohioans. New legislation introduced in the Ohio House of Representatives would clarify language that specifies how a gun is carried in a motor vehicle and allow Ohioans a chance to keep their permit information from public eyes if they fear for their lives.

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