Online Poll: Does CCW Reform Deserve to be a 2003 Legislative Priority?

Are mixed public messages are being given by our state Republican leadership concerning concealed carry reform?

In December, House Speaker Larry Householder said publicly that that concealed carry reform is in position to pass in "February or March".

Yesterday, Householder said that while he expects a bill to be introduced and debated, "as far as the future of the state of Ohio and how we move forward, I think that particular issue is one that takes a seat in the back."

Senate President Doug White agreed, saying the issue didn't make the top five list identified by Senate Republicans, who hold a 22-11 majority.

Our latest online poll asks if reforming Ohio's unconstitutional ban on carrying a concealed weapon for self-defense be considered a 2003 Legislative Priority.

You can vote on the right side of the homepage, or click here to access the poll.

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