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Old 02-14-2013, 12:41 AM   #1
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Default Great news! Let's get behind this!

http://theblacksphere.net/2013/02/ohio-bill-would-prohibit-firearm-seizure-forced-registration-and-potential-ban/


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Old 02-14-2013, 12:29 PM   #2
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Nice! I contacted all our reps already by email and written letter. everyone I heard back from said "I am pro-2nd amendment, and will continue to fight for gun owners rights." except for Sherrod Brown. he avoided direct response by saying "I will continue to weigh all legislation with the best interests of Ohioans in mind"

...yea, just like he did on the healthcare bill!



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Nice! I contacted all our reps already by email and written letter. everyone I heard back from said "I am pro-2nd amendment, and will continue to fight for gun owners rights." except for Sherrod Brown. he avoided direct response by saying "I will continue to weigh all legislation with the best interests of Ohioans in mind"

...yea, just like he did on the healthcare bill!
Mr. Brown never states what is his opinion. He seems to be the only one in a state of 'weighing' where he stands. We know where you stand...just state it. Everyone else will tell you their view.
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For Sure! Received a notification from the NRA a few days ago, on this.

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I am a little confused, as this contradicts the other thread in this forum section. Why would they propose this bill and one that is directly opposed? I do see this going through though, and if it does we will have nothing to worry about and ammo prices can stabilize.

I did see somewhere a state, I can't remember exactly but Kansas comes to mind, were trying to pass a bill that would make it illegal for any federal agent to attempt to seize someones firearm. Was quite interesting.

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You don't know how much I appreciate hearing this!
Thank you, so much, for the information!


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I am a little confused, as this contradicts the other thread in this forum section. Why would they propose this bill and one that is directly opposed? I do see this going through though, and if it does we will have nothing to worry about and ammo prices can stabilize.

I did see somewhere a state, I can't remember exactly but Kansas comes to mind, were trying to pass a bill that would make it illegal for any federal agent to attempt to seize someones firearm. Was quite interesting.
Confused? Don't be! Conseratives introduce a bill, and liberals introduce a bill to counter the conserative's bill.


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