The city of Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio has until June 7 to respond to a complaint filed by a city man who claims his constitutional rights were violated when two police officers ordered him to the ground outside a Walgreens and seized two guns he was carrying.
Ohioans For Concealed Carry is reporting that what some have come to call Applebee's Carry is one step closer to reality in Ohio as House Bill 203 will receive its first hearing this Thursday, November 5th.
Police said a man acted in self-defense on Saturday when he shot a 24-year-old who tried to rob him at gunpoint.
For the second time in two years, an area legislator is attempting to change the concealed and carry law via a new bill, which will remove the permit-to-carry provision and replace it with an Alaskan-type carry in which no permit would be required to carry.
In Summit County, Ohio, home to the city of Dayton, county officials have proposed regulations to prohibit county employees from having access to firearms while on the job. But after criticism that some of the proposals violated Second Amendment rights, the county no longer will seek to prohibit employees from carrying a legal firearm...