Ohioans with concealed handguns in prohibited areas could avoid charges if they agree to leave, under new bill – cleveland.com

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Ohioans with a conceal-carry permit or who are in the military could avoid charges for bringing their handgun into a prohibited area so long as they agree to leave and don't return for 30 days, under legislation introduced by Ohio House Republicans on Tuesday. (Gus Chan, The Plain Dealer)The Plain Dealer

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Conceal-carry permit holders or members of the military who carry concealed handguns into schools, courthouses, or other prohibited areas could avoid charges if they obey a request to leave and don’t return for the next 30 days, under new Ohio House legislation introduced Tuesday.

House Bill 455, introduced by state Rep. Reggie Stoltzfus of suburban Canton, is the latest attempt by GOP state lawmakers to loosen Ohio’s gun-control laws.

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