Ohio ‘Stand Your Ground’ Law Goes Into Effect Despite Backlash From State Republicans

Apr 6, 2021 | EARNINGS

Senate Bill 175 is a law originally intended to grant immunity to nonprofit organizations who allow licensed gun owners to bring firearms onto their premises. The bill was passed by the Ohio Senate in December with a controversial extension that states a legal gun owner has the right to defend themselves in public if facing imminent danger.

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