Ohio Sen. Kris Jordan (R) introduces bill that would bar new local/federal/ international gun bans from being enforced in OhioSubmitted by Kathleen Gee on Fri, 02/15/2013 - 12:45
"WTVG (ABC Toledo) is reporting that State Senator Kris Jordan (R-19th District) has introduced Senate Bill 36, legislation that he says would keep Washington from running wild over the constitutional right to own a gun. [...]
To enact sections 5502.23 and 5502.231 of the Revised Code to prohibit any agency and its employees and agents from seizing or authorizing the seizure of any firearm from any person lawfully in possession or control of the firearm except when a law enforcement officer reasonably believes the immediate seizure of the firearm is necessary for the safety of the officer or another person or to preserve the firearm as evidence, to prohibit the establishment of a firearm registry, and to prohibit law enforcement officers and international agents from enforcing a firearms registration requirement or firearm ban."
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