Ohio is considering Firearms Freedom Act

Montana and Tennessee passed it. Ohio is now considering it:

Reps. Seth Morgan, R-Huber Heights, and Jarrod Martin, R-Beavercreek, have introduced legislation that would allow for firearms made and sold within Ohio to be exempt from federal firearms regulations.

Morgan said that House Bill 315 is mainly a preemptive effort to protect the state in the event President Barack Obama’s administration tries to push any new federal regulations.

My opinion is here.

3 thoughts on “Ohio is considering Firearms Freedom Act

  1. It’s a good idea, in concept. But it remains to be seen how well it would actually stand up in court.

    In the meantime, WHEN IS SOMEONE GOING TO ACTUALLY START A FACTORY TO PRODUCE SOME FIREARMS AND AMMUNITION??

  2. Political BS, yes?

    Most of what we all see is political BS. Of course, it’s “Say Anything” to get elected for most electorial positions.

  3. In the sense that it probably won’t directly accomplish much it is BS. But it is entirely consistent with original intent which was gutted in the 1930s.

    Long term it may push Congress and/or the Supreme Court to change their ways.

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