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Ohio Castle Doctrine Introduced

Discussion in 'Legal' started by MeanStreaker, Jun 14, 2007.

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  1. MeanStreaker

    MeanStreaker Member

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    From the Ohioans For Concealed Carry website:
     
  2. 1911 guy

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    Good news!
     
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    Good luck with that - hopefully this will spread to all 50.
     
  4. Kentak

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    I'm keeping my fingers crossed and will be contacting my legislators. Our new Dem governor Strickland has campaigned as a friend of RKBA. Whether that extends to reinforcing the legitimacy of self-defense by supporting Castle Doctrine remains to be seen.

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    That is GREAT news.

    It makes me feel good to see more and more states finally writing it down its okay to protect yourself or others.
     
  6. FullEffect1911

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    This really is good to hear, I hope it passes. Does anyone know if this just currently applies to Florida and hopefully Ohio? It would be great if PA has something like this, but somehow i doubt it.
     
  7. Henry Bowman

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    Many states have made this move to clarify the law. I'm glad to see it arrive here, though I've not yet read the bill

    Exactly. Watch for the media to show their bias and call it a "gun-rights" bill. It's really not about guns; it's about self defense. Calling it gun-related simply endorses the fact that firearms are usually the best tool for the job.

    Sorry to nit pick, but it's not about feeling safer, it's about being allowed to be safer.
     
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