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Gun rights group calls Cleveland mayor’s proposal ‘publicity stunt’

by  |  published on July 17, 2014

Ohioans for Concealed Carry reacted to Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson’s new gun control policies shortly after he announced them in June, calling them “a truly offensive publicity stunt.”

In a post on authored by Philip Muliver, the organization argues that many of the proposals already exist as state law and the rest contradict state law and therefore can never be enforced.

“State lawmakers and the Ohio Supreme Court long ago determined that one set of gun laws must prevail throughout the state. If municipalities were allowed to craft their own firearms rules, Ohio would become a patchwork of conflicting ordinances that turn law-abiding gun owners into felons as they simply drive from one place to the next,” they write.

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