Ohio Bill Reforms Firearm Rights Restoration

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Chairman of the Buckeye Firearms Association Jim Irvine talks to Cam Edwards about Ohio Senate Bill 247, which would expand the state's program to restore firearm rights to nonviolent felons who are deemed worthy of forgiveness. Ohio's current restoration laws are not recognized by the Bureau of Alchohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (BATFE), which means that law-abiding citizens whom Ohio considers worthy to carry weapons have been receiving noticesfrom the BATFE to turn in their guns. The bill, which should receive a hearing in the coming weeks, would solve the problem by making Ohio's restoration program compliant with federal standards. Irvine also discusses Senate Bill 239 for restaurant carry and the excellent testimony in favor of the bill.