I have some HUGE news.
After the budget votes in Columbus on yesterday (Wednesday), things didn’t look good for getting Constitutional Carry (H.B. 201) out of committee before summer break.
But that all changed a few moments ago.
You see, the House Federalism Committee Chair Kristina Roegner announced that she’ll be holding committee this Thursday, July 6!
But I’m afraid this is the last opportunity we’re going to have to push H.B. 201 out of Committee before the summer break, Web.
We’ve come a long way in the past few months, and we cannot afford to let up now when we’re facing a great opportunity like this!
That’s why I’m asking every one of you, once again, to contact every single member of the Federalism Committee and demand they pass H.B. 201 out of committee and send it to the full House!
Just like every other state that has passed Constitutional Carry, H.B. 201 simply says that anyone not prohibited under current Federal law isn’t required to beg permission to exercise their 2nd Amendment Rights.
Still want to get a permit? We’ve got that covered too, as the current CHL system is left intact for those who want one for purposes of reciprocity.
But Web, we’re getting word that there may be pushback within the committee, and that’s why you need to contact the members right away!
➜➜ Rep Michael Ashford
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (614) 466-1401
When you get in touch with them, tell them a couple of things.
First, tell them that the language in H.B. 201 as written has worked well in the 12 states that have already passed Constitutional Carry.
Tell them that you want them to vote Constitutional Carry OUT of the Federalism Committee BEFORE summer break.
Finally, tell them that you’ll be watching the results of next Thursday’s committee meeting closely!
Web, this may be our last chance for several weeks to get H.B. 201 out of the Federalism Committee – call now!
Ohio Gun Owners
P.S. Please read the email above and take immediate action.
The House Federalism Committee has scheduled a committee meeting for next Thursday (July 6th), and it may be our last chance to get H.B. 201 out of committee for several weeks!
Don’t delay, contact the members of the committee now!