Ohio Supreme Court Audio - Now Available Publicly

Ohioans For Concealed Carry has acquired cassette tape quality audio, and we've converted it to a 6.5k mono stream for size purposes. To hear this stream you must have Windows Media Player installed. It is recommended that you use the latest version of Windows Media Player, especially if you have problems opening the stream. To hear the low-quality audio, click here (6k low-speed stream)...

Cincinnati Post reveals multiple personalities

Readers and subscribers of the Cincinnati Post were presented with a bit of a paradox in their April 16 issue. The Page 1 headline screams: Homicides on record pace Police want to target hotspots Two killed, others injured in shootings But on the editorial page , the paper argues in favor of regulating "hidden" weapons, stating that "of all the arguments that can be made about Ohio's concealed...

New online poll asks why you don't exercise your right to open carry

A new survey has been added to the OFCC PAC website, inquiring as to why you don't exercise your Constitutional right to 'open carry'. Vote on the upper-right corner of the homepage, or click here . If you haven't already done so, you can still weigh in on whether or not you would shop a business that bans CCW, by clicking here .

War May Redefine Gun Control - a feminist view

Despite the high emotions that surround war — or perhaps because of them — people are focusing again on "normal" life. But what is normal has shifted in ways both obvious and subtle. Consider how war has affected just one issue: the debate over gun control. align="center"> Click here to read the entire article on, written by editor Wendy McElroy.

High Court Hears Case on Concealed Weapons

Members and leadership representing Ohioans For Concealed Carry were in attendance at the Ohio Supreme Court on Tuesday, April 15th, to attend oral arguments in the more than two-year-old "Hamilton County Concealed Carry" lawsuits. Canton Repository - the Repository offers on of the best objective summaries of the testimony offered at the hearing by both sides, and the key issues about which the...

Concealed carry goes before Ohio Supreme Court this week

This week, the state’s highest court will hear arguments on one of the most controversial issues facing Ohio’s lawmakers. Tuesday, the Ohio Supreme Court will hear arguments in a lawsuit over the state’s law banning concealed carry. The Second Amendment Foundation and Cincinnati residents question the constitutionality of state law that makes it illegal to conceal a gun, unless it’s used for self...

AP: State lawmaker Grendell won't seek re-election

The Associated Press 4/14/03 12:55 AM CHARDON, Ohio (AP) -- State Rep. Tim Grendell has decided against seeking election to a third two-year term, and instead plans to run for a pending Geauga County Common Pleas Court judgeship vacancy. With the announcement, the 49-year-old Republican abandoned his oft-stated goal of succeeding Larry Householder as House speaker. Grendell, an OFCC PAC 2002...

Cincinnati Homicide Crisis

The plight of Cincinnatians continues, as law-abiding citizens there continue to suffer (with the rest of Ohio) from the denial of their self-defense rights. As we have previously reported, Cincinnatians are under a violent crime seige . Cincinnati has recorded two more homicides in the past two days -- bringing the total for the year to 23 and putting the city on a pace for a record 84 homicides...


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