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Senate Bill 199

General Assembly: 131

Short Title: Permits active duty armed forces to conceal carry   [ Show Long Title ]

Long Title: To amend sections 109.731, 311.42, 1547.69, 2923.11, 2923.12, 2923.121, 2923.122, 2923.123, 2923.126, 2923.16, and 2923.21 and to enact sections 2923.1210 and 5103.132 of the Revised Code to specify that an active duty member of the U.S. Armed Forces: (1) does not need a concealed handgun license to carry a handgun concealed if the member is carrying valid military identification and documentation of successful completion of specified firearms training; and (2) may be sold or furnished a handgun if the member has received specified firearms training; to prohibit a business entity from having a policy that prohibits a concealed handgun licensee from transporting or storing a firearm in the person's motor vehicle; to modify the prohibition against carrying a concealed handgun onto institutions of higher education, day-care facilities, aircraft, certain government facilities, public areas of airport terminals, and school safety zones; to allow a sheriff to use concealed handgun license fee revenue to purchase ammunition and firearms; and to authorize certain children's crisis care facilities to maintain firearms.

Primary Sponsor: Senator Uecker, Senator Gardner

Version: As Enrolled

Legislation Text : View Current Version

Date Chamber Action Committee
3/21/17 Effective 3/21/17
12/8/16 Senate Concurred in House amendments
12/8/16 House Passed
12/7/16 House Informally passed
12/7/16 House Reported - Substitute State Government
5/5/16 House Refer to Committee State Government
4/27/16 Senate Passed
4/25/16 Senate Reported - Substitute Civil Justice
9/17/15 Senate Refer to Committee Civil Justice
7/20/15 Senate Introduced
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