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Post subject: Columbus mayor proposes new city gun laws..
Post Posted: Wed Mar 21, 2018 5:15 pm
And good old toothless Ohio Revised Code 9.68, so-called preemption, crafted nearby by our Statehouse squishes a few years ago, may not be able to stop him. Way to go, Ohio General Assembly!

"I have decided not to vote, speak in public, assemble in groups or petition my government either directly or by writing to the newspapers.

Some ignorant person may become alarmed, and we can't have that.''

--CAR15A2, 3/31/09
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Post subject: Re: Columbus mayor proposes new city gun laws..
Post Posted: Wed Mar 21, 2018 5:36 pm
What next sanctuary city?
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Post subject: Re: Columbus mayor proposes new city gun laws..
Post Posted: Tue Jul 17, 2018 9:08 am
Brian D. wrote:
And good old toothless Ohio Revised Code 9.68, so-called preemption, crafted nearby by our Statehouse squishes a few years ago, may not be able to stop him. Way to go, Ohio General Assembly!


Care to elaborate?
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Post subject: Re: Columbus mayor proposes new city gun laws..
Post Posted: Tue Jul 17, 2018 7:06 pm
ConnorGoodwolf wrote:
Brian D. wrote:
And good old toothless Ohio Revised Code 9.68, so-called preemption, crafted nearby by our Statehouse squishes a few years ago, may not be able to stop him. Way to go, Ohio General Assembly!


Care to elaborate?

I believe Brian D. means that 9.68 has no teeth. Unlike Kentucky, it's a slap on the wrist, may pay attorney's fees.
In Kentucky a violation can land a public servant in jail. See KRS 65.870. I believe that is what Brian D. meant by his statement.
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Post subject: Re: Columbus mayor proposes new city gun laws..
Post Posted: Fri Jul 20, 2018 4:07 pm
Been unable to post here, board kept logging me out. But yes, color of Law interpreted my statement correctly: States such as Kentucky and Florida have preemption with enforcement teeth.

"I have decided not to vote, speak in public, assemble in groups or petition my government either directly or by writing to the newspapers.

Some ignorant person may become alarmed, and we can't have that.''

--CAR15A2, 3/31/09
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