AP: Police union ready to drop opposition to concealed weapons

The state's largest police union is ready to drop its opposition to a bill to allow Ohioans to carry hidden guns, if changes the Senate is considering remain in the final version, a union spokesman said Tuesday.

The signal from the Fraternal Order of Police marked the first time the group has not opposed the idea since 1995, Columbus Police Sgt. Mike Taylor said.

Click here to read the Associated Press' coverage of today's hearings, which will likely be updated throughout the afternoon and evening.

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