HB203 (Restaurant Carry) scheduled for proponent testimony in House committee

House Bill 203, which seeks to "allow a concealed carry licensee who is not consuming liquor and is not under the influence to carry a concealed handgun in a retail food establishment or food service operation with any class liquor permit issued for the location," has been added to the House Committee on Public Safety and Homeland Security agenda for sponsor testimony, Tuesday, January 19 at 3:00pm in Statehouse Hearing Room 122.

The purpose for Tuesday's hearing is so that the committee may hear testimony on HB203 from the legislation's supporters.

Buckeye Firearms Association will offer testimony in support of this legislation.

For more information on HB203, see: Reps. Danny Bubp & Jarrod Martin introduce HB203: Restaurant Carry.

For a complete list of legislation which we are tracking in the 128th General Assembly, visit the Buckeye Firearms Association Legislation Guide.

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