Ohio Association of Convenience Stores supports Concealed Carry Reform
Concealed Carry Reform continues to have plenty of support heading into 2003.
A Columbus Business First article notes that HB274 had the backing from the Columbus-based Ohio Association of Convenience Stores.
"The group is represented by the 3,300-member Ohio Council of Retail Merchants, and Josh Sanders, legislative affairs director for the group, said mom-and-pop owners like the idea of being able to conceal a weapon.
'They would like to see it pass and feel it would give those coming into stores with bad intentions some major thought,' Sanders said."
Click here to visit the Ohio Association of Convenience Stores website.
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