SB184 (Castle Doctrine): Senate Proponent/ Opponent hearing scheduled January 30

Senate Bill 184 will have a third hearing next week. The bill has been added to the Senate Judiciary on Criminal Justice Committee's agenda for January 30 at 10:00 a.m. in Senate Building, North Hearing Room.

This legislation would restore the right of individuals to respond in force in defense of their lives and family without fear of civil lawsuits by criminals.

The purpose for Wednesday's hearing is so that the committee may hear testimony on SB184 from proponents and opponents of the legislation, and other interested parties. Buckeye Firearms Association leaders will be on hand.

Filling hearing rooms as this legislation nears a committee vote will make a serious statement of support. Your presence at this meeting is beneficial to the cause. Please consider making the trip to Columbus to be a visible show of support for SB184 and its sponsor, Sen. Steve Buehrer.


If you've not yet notified your state legislators about concerns with delays on this important legislation, please take a moment to use our Write To Legislators feature to contact your State Representative and Senator. We need your help in getting as many people as possible to contact their legislators if we are to get this bill passed in the remaining months of this session.

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