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HB 622: Courthouse carry for judges with CHL

Postby rickt » Tue May 01, 2018 5:10 pm

H. B. No. 622 - Representative Perales (R).

Cosponsors: Representatives Butler (R), Henne (R), Kick (R), Merrin (R), Retherford (R), Rezabek (R), Riedel (R), Romanchuk (R), Thompson (R), Young (R).

To amend sections 2503.45, 2923.123, and 2923.126 of the Revised Code to generally authorize a judge or magistrate who is a concealed handgun licensee to possess a concealed handgun in a courthouse or attached parking area, to expand the exemption from the offenses regarding illegal conveyance, possession, or control of a deadly weapon or dangerous ordnance into or in a courthouse for a judge or magistrate who is a licensee with respect to a concealed handgun, and to require a specified secure storage of the concealed handgun while in the courthouse as a condition for application of the authorization and exemption.


https://www.legislature.ohio.gov/legislation/legislation-summary?id=GA132-HB-622
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Re: HB 622: Courthouse carry for judges with CHL

Postby Brian D. » Wed May 02, 2018 3:28 am

I bet this one breezes through on a fast track. Statehouse lawyers helping out courthouse lawyers. Will they even have support/proposal testimony, or just pass it in both Senate and House by simple voice vote by the end of this week? Goobernor Kasuck will then get his name on the bottom in nanoseconds.

Okay, they'll play the game and go through the motions, but I don't see this bill having to sit around until late December for approval.
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Re: HB 622: Courthouse carry for judges with CHL

Postby rickt » Sat May 19, 2018 5:43 am

First hearing scheduled for 5/22/2018.
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Re: HB 622: Courthouse carry for judges with CHL

Postby WhyNot » Sun May 20, 2018 6:26 am

bills for uppity-ups, potentates, business friends

bills go through light as a feather on a cool breeze. golf clap at signing.

bills for regular folk

bill is bogged down er, excuse me, under careful consideration, much testimony, delay delay delay, OMG what does the poelice organization says-a-me
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Re: HB 622: Courthouse carry for judges with CHL

Postby JustaShooter » Sun May 20, 2018 11:56 am

WhyNot wrote:bills for uppity-ups, potentates, business friends

bills go through light as a feather on a cool breeze. golf clap at signing.

bills for regular folk

bill is bogged down er, excuse me, under careful consideration, much testimony, delay delay delay, OMG what does the poelice organization says-a-me

While I'm not a fan of giving special groups special privilege, given that the bill hasn't yet had the first committee hearing, much less been sent to the floor for a vote or passed, your characterization would seen to be premature at best.
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Re: HB 622: Courthouse carry for judges with CHL

Postby WhyNot » Sun May 20, 2018 4:45 pm

I don't think so.

Glad to be wrong :) on both examples. Unfortunately I am absolutely correct at a minimum on the lowly regular folk type bills :o
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