Last week’s shooting at a Cleveland high school has once again made gun control an issue in Ohio.
Engineers in Dayton have developed a 45 foot long gun that uses compressed hydrogen and a pound of gunpowder to shoot aluminum pellets into a vacuum at 20 thousand miles per hour. It’s taken them nine years of gradual progress and patience to get this one-of-a-kind gun working.
The Ohio Senate has joined the House in overriding Governor Taft’s veto of a bill that wipes out local gun laws.
The Ohio House has voted to override Governor Taft’s veto of a bill that restricts the ability of cities to pass their own gun laws.