Ohio Supreme Court Upholds State Preemption Laws

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In a 5-2 decision, the Ohio Supreme Court has ruled that the state's firearms preemption law "is a general law that displaces municipal firearm ordinances and does not unconstitutionally infringe on municipal home rule authority." This means that cities such as Cleveland, where the 2006 statute was challenged in this case, cannot pass restrictive gun laws that supersede state firearms law. Cam Edwards speaks with Derek DeBrosse, General Counsel of Ohioans for Concealed Carry, about the good news. Originally aired 12/29/2010.