Prospects for Ohio’s “Stand Your Ground” Law
Last Wednesday Ohio moved one step closer to a “stand your ground” law. Despite protests, the House approved a bill that would eliminate the “duty to retreat” requirement, streamline background checks and reduce training requirements. This hour we’ll examine the likelihood of Senate approval, and what a law like this might look like if it passed.
- Jim Siegel, Statehouse Reporter, Columbus Dispatch
- Toby Hoover, Founder and former director, Ohio Coalition Against Gun Violence
- Ken Hanson, Legislative Chair, Buckeye Firearms Association