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Ohio legislature overrides Kasich veto


Fox NewsA bill broadening gun-owner rights has become law in Ohio, after the Republican-led state Legislature overrode GOP Gov. John Kasich’s veto.

The Senate voted 21-11 on Thursday to reject Kasich’s decision to strike down the bill. That followed a House override earlier in the day.

The legislation expands gun access for off-duty police officers and allows pre-emption of local gun restrictions, among other things.

Senators had hoped to address Kasich’s objections by stripping its so-called stand-your-ground language, but he vetoed the legislation anyway.

I'd say this should put a permanent end to Kasich's presidential ambitions, but really, that should have already happened.

This entry was published Sat Jan 05 06:47:19 CST 2019 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2019-01-02 16:17:12.0. [Tweet]

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