Today is the day! At 2:00pm today in room 115 at the Statehouse, the House Federalism Committee will hold “interested party” hearings on H.B. 201, Constitutional Carry! UPDATE: The Committee Hearing Time has been changed to 2:00pm! I hope you had a chance to contact the members of the House Federalism Committee already. But even if you have, I hope you’ll take a moment RIGHT NOW to do it again!
House Federalism Committee
Big news for Constitutional Carry. Thanks to your calls and emails, the House Federalism Committee has scheduled “interested party” hearings on H.B. 201 for this Tuesday! This is Michael Bloomberg and his “Moms Demand Action – Ohio” chapter’s big chance to kill Constitutional Carry before it ever gets off the ground. That’s why I need you to take quick action and do a couple of things. ➤➤ First, call the
You and I have always known it was true. More firearms in the hands of law-abiding citizens equals lower violent crime rates. It’s common sense. A criminal is much less likely to commit a violent crime if they know they could face “early retirement” at the hands of their intended victim. And that’s why Ohio Gun Owners is so committed to passing Constitutional Carry at the Statehouse in Columbus. Constitutional
Texas legislators want to call a special session to pass it. North Carolina voted it through their House yesterday. The Wisconsin Senate had their first public hearing on it just last week. And our neighbors in Michigan are making us look bad by passing it through committee and sending it to the House for a full vote. “It” is Constitutional Carry, it’s on the move across the country, and it
Your pressure is working, but we can’t let up now! Thanks to your calls and emails, Ohio’s Constitutional Carry bill (H.B. 201) was introduced with over two dozen co-sponsors. And now H.B. 201 has already had “sponsor” and “proponent” testimony! But now it is time to crank up the pressure to make sure the House Federalism Committee knows that there is real grassroots support for Constitutional Carry. Constitutional Carry isn’t