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Ohio: Senate Civil Justice Committee Scheduled to Take Up Concealed Carry Reform Bill Tomorrow

Tuesday, May 13, 2014

This week, Senator Joe Uecker (R-14) introduced Senate Bill 338, legislation that makes common sense improvements to Ohio’s current concealed carry laws.
 
SB 338 would make the following significant changes:

  • Close a public property loophole in state law by preventing persons or entities leasing certain government property from banning concealed handguns from the premises.
  • Reduce the number of training hours required to obtain a concealed-carry permit from 12 hours to 8 hours and eliminate the 2-hour minimum live-fire training requirement.
  • Allows investigators of the Attorney General’s office to carry a concealed weapon while investigating nursing homes, residential care facilities, long-term care facilities, Medicaid programs, and patient abuse or neglect violations.

The first sponsor testimony hearing on SB 338 will take place tomorrow, May 14, at 9:00 a.m. before the Senate Civil Justice Committee in the North Hearing Room. Using the contact information provided below, please call and e-mail members of the Senate Civil Justice Committee today and urge them to support SB 338.
 
Senate Civil Justice Committee:
 
Senator Bill Coley (R-4), Chairman
(614) 466-8072
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Senator Larry Obhof (R-22), Vice Chairman
(614) 466-7505
E-mail
 
Senator Michael Skindell (D-23)
(614) 466-5123
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Senator Kevin Bacon (R-3)
(614) 466-8064
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Senator Edna Brown (D-11)
(614) 466-5204
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Senator John Eklund (R-18)
(614) 644-7718
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Senator Eric Kearney (D-9)
(614) 466-5980
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Senator Scott Oelslager (R-29)
(614) 466-0626
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Senator Bill Seitz (R-8)
(614) 466-8068
E-mail
 
Senator Joe Uecker (R-17), Sponsor
(614) 466-8082
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