Bill would protect owners from penalties if accidentally bring guns into no-gun zone A bill was introduced on July 16 by Union Township State Representative, John Becker that would protect those who accidentally carry into a place where guns are not allowed. If the carrier leaves after being told that guns are prohibited, they won't face any penalties. If they don't leave then they can get arrested. http://local12.com/news/local/bill-would-protect-owners-from-penalties-if-accidentally-bring-guns-into-no-gun-zone " UNION TOWNSHIP, Ohio (WKRC) - Union Township state representative John Becker introduced a bill Tuesday, July 16, that protects gun carriers if they "accidentally" go into a place where guns are not allowed. If they leave after they're told guns are prohibited they'll face no charges. Refusing to leave would lead to an arrest. Becker said gun owners can easily forget they're carrying the gun and this would help remedy their mistake." Comment : I would assume that this only covers State Laws. I can't imagine that this would have any teeth to preempt Federal laws like the School Gun Free Zones and Airports. But it is still a good step in the right direction. If I get time, I'll try to post the exact number of the bill and provide a link. Unless someone else here posts it first.... .