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OH: Oops! Ohio lawmakers, trying to expand gun rights, accidentally ban guns. Fix sent to governor
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
Website: http://www.marktaff.com

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Amid the bill's many revisions (language that would have allowed shooters to stand their ground was removed), a paragraph was misplaced. The result: some long guns were inadvertently lumped into a banned category.

So lawmakers introduced a corrective bill and voted to implement it immediately. That way, the fix will take effect before House Bill 228 does on March 28. (Most laws take effect 90 days after they are signed.)

“We had a drafting error where we included certain shotguns and rifles into a dangerous ordnance section. Those clearly do not belong there,” said Rep. Phil Plummer, R-Dayton.
 

Comment by: jac (3/7/2019)
If it was to expand gun rights, why did it have a dangerous ordnance section?

All guns can be considered dangerous, as are cars, knives, hammers and base ball bats. There is no reason to demonize any type of gun.
 

Comment by: PHORTO (3/7/2019)
“This kind of last-minute lawmaking is bad for our democracy.” - Rep. Brigid Kelly, D-Hyde Park

"A Republic, madam, if you can keep it." - Benjamin Franklin
 

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