Dayton Daily News: Conceal-carry bill wins FOP backing; Taft support unclear

Changes introduced Tuesday to concealed-and-carry gun legislation have won acceptance from the Ohio FOP, a move that could eventually lead to legislation Gov. Bob Taft would sign.

Taft's support is not assured, however. He has a list of additional changes he would like to see and even then, is making no guarantees he would sign a bill into law, said Joe Andrews, Taft's spokesman.

"He’s asking for these changes to be put into place, and he’s talking to law enforcement officers," Andrews said.

No group is completely satisfied, but Sen. Jeff Jacobson, R-Butler Twp. said he's confident the bill is a good compromise.

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