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A Decade Of Conceal Carry In The Buckeye State

The Sound of Ideas
Wednesday, March 12, 2014 at 9:00 am
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Ten years ago, the right to keep arms concealed on your person became law in Ohio. Critics then worried that "Wild West" style mayhem would erupt, leading to more gun-related violence and deaths. Backers countered that the law would discourage attackers and curb violence. Flash-forward to 2014, and many of the same claims are being hurled across the table. Who's right? And how has conceal carry changed life in Ohio?

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Rick Kaleda, Northeast Ohio Chair of the Buckeye Firearms Association
Toby Hoover, Founder and Executive Director of the Ohio Coalition Against Gun Violence
Cheryl Hanna, Professor of Law at the Vermont Law School

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