Posted Thursday, April 21, 2011
A bill approved in the state Senate has some Ohioans worried that a shot and a beer could mean something more serious than a drink order. If the House goes along with the Senate, people with concealed carry permits would be allowed to take their weapons into places that serve alcohol. For that reason, restaurant owners object. So do police chiefs. We’ll let both sides explain their views and we’d like to hear yours tomorrow at 9 on 90.3.
Toby Hoover, Executive Director, Ohio Coalition Against Gun Violence
Jim Irvine, Chairman, Buckeye Firearms Institute (in studio)
State Sen. Tim Schaffer (R-31)
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