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."