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AGAIN: Senate goes round and round and back again

It's hard to believe the Ohio Senate just voted to return us to the same impass they created with HB274 just 6 months ago. We have a new Senate President, and a new committee chairman. Thanks, in part, to the efforts of the OFCC PAC, the Senate Republican caucus won a super-majority last November. Two more states have become shall-issue right-to-carry states this spring, and Alaska's legislature...


CLEVELAND, June 18, 2003 /PRNewswire/ -- Ohioans For Concealed Carry has informed the Senate of its formal opposition to amended HB12, as passed by the Senate Judiciary Committee for Criminal Justice. In it’s current form, the bill is no longer recognizable as concealed carry reform legislation. HB12 as passed by the Senate Criminal Justice Committee makes Ohio law worse than it is today, by...

Open Letter to OSHP Superintendant Paul McClellan: You Can't Have it Both Ways

To Ohio Highway Patrol Superintendant Paul D. McClellan: In December 2001, OSHP Major J.P. Allen offered defense testimony in the Hamilton County concealed carry ban constitutionality lawsuit, on behalf of the state of Ohio and as your official representive. In March 2003, OSHP Capt. Bordman testified before the House Committee on Criminal Justice, again as your official representative. So why...

Ohioans For Concealed Carry issues statement concerning Case Western shooting

Ohioans For Concealed Carry has issued a statement concerning the tragic events at Case Western Reserve University this past Friday, and in response to those who are attempting to exploit these victims for political gain. Click on the "Read More..." link below for the entire statement. May 12, 2003 It took less than 48 hours in Ohio before some began trying to use the tragic Case Western incident...

New online poll asks if businesses should be allowed to ban firearms in cars

A new survey has been added to the OFCC PAC website, inquiring whether or not businesses should be allowed to ban firearms from your private vehicle in their parking lot. Vote on the upper-right corner of the homepage, or click here . If you haven't already done so, you can still weigh in on whether or not you would shop a business that bans CCW, by clicking here .

Vote in May 7 Primary!

Tuesday is Election Day. There is more to protecting your rights than just state-wide elections. Many counties have spending issues, revenue issues and races for local elected officials at stake. Need to know where to go vote? Not sure if you're registered? Only your county board of elections has information regarding the location of your polling place and your voter registration status. You must...

The Eleventh Hour: HOW YOU CAN HELP

The Ohio Senate is expected to move House Bill 12 deliberately. Under Sen. President Doug White, the climate in the Senate appears much more positive for concealed carry reform than when Dick Finan was running the show. But the fight is by no means over. Click on the "Read More..." link below for more. Opposition extremists are trying to convince the Senate Judiciary Committee on Criminal Justice...

Ohio Supreme Court Audio - Now Available Publicly

Ohioans For Concealed Carry has acquired cassette tape quality audio, and we've converted it to a 6.5k mono stream for size purposes. To hear this stream you must have Windows Media Player installed. It is recommended that you use the latest version of Windows Media Player, especially if you have problems opening the stream. To hear the low-quality audio, click here (6k low-speed stream)...


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