House Bill 79
Provide for firearms training for tactical medical professionals
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Long Title: To amend sections 109.71, 109.73, 109.75, 109.79, 109.801, and 2923.126 and to enact sections 109.748 and 109.771 of the Revised Code to provide for firearms training for tactical medical professionals; to permit such a professional who has received that training and has been authorized by the law enforcement agency to carry firearms while on duty; and to grant such a professional the same right to carry a concealed handgun in this state as a concealed handgun licensee.
Version: As Passed by the House
Rep. Hambley, Rep. Seitz, Rep. Dean, Rep. Thompson, Rep. Brenner, Rep. Faber, Rep. Becker, Rep. Vitale, Rep. Brinkman, Rep. Koehler, Rep. Riedel, Rep. Goodman, Rep. Antani, Rep. Stein, Rep. Hood, Rep. Schaffer, Rep. Blessing, Rep. Roegner, Rep. Merrin, Rep. Antonio, Rep. Arndt, Rep. Ashford, Rep. Carfagna, Rep. Cupp, Rep. DeVitis, Rep. Gavarone, Rep. Ginter, Rep. Green, Rep. Greenspan, Rep. Henne, Rep. Hill, Rep. Holmes, Rep. Householder, Rep. Johnson, Rep. Keller, Rep. Kick, Rep. Landis, Rep. Lanese, Rep. Lang, Rep. LaTourette, Rep. McColley, Rep. Miller, Rep. Patton, Rep. Pelanda, Rep. Perales, Rep. Rezabek, Rep. Romanchuk, Rep. Ryan, Rep. Schuring, Rep. Slaby, Rep. Sprague, Rep. Sweeney, Rep. West, Rep. Wiggam, Rep. Young
Crimes, Corrections, and Law Enforcement : Firearms, Crimes, Corrections, and Law Enforcement : Law Enforcement, State and Local Government : Public Officials and Employees
Senate Judiciary, House Federalism and Interstate Relations