Advocates Push To Relax Ohio’s Concealed Carry Law

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The NRA and some lawmakers want to do away with the requirement that drivers legally carrying a gun immediately tell a police officer if they're pulled over.(Photo: Flickr)
The NRA and some lawmakers want to do away with the requirement that drivers legally carrying a gun immediately tell a police officer if they're pulled over.(Photo: Flickr)

The National Rifle Association and other backers of gun-owner rights are again pushing Ohio legislators to relax the rules on carrying concealed weapons. Ohio police, though, are pushing back.

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