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Cleveland's gun laws before Ohio Supreme Court

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

In an effort to maintain some local gun restrictions, Cleveland officials went to the Ohio Supreme Court yesterday to defend the city's semi-auto ban and registration requirement for handguns. Cleveland officials said their local regulations would not violate a 2007 state law that attempted to establish a uniform set of rules governing gun ownership in Ohio.

Read Original at: The Columbus Dispatch (Ohio)


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