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Old November 5, 2009, 10:44 AM   #1
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Ohio HB 203

My Ohio House Rep, Jarrod Martin, gave sponsor testimony for HB 203 this morning. You can read the bill there, but it is basically to allow carry in restaurants and bars if you are sober.

There is a group supporting it, The Ohio Freedom Alliance, which has set up a mailer program to make contacting all the important people at once very easy. Register, fill out some info on who you are and then they will send the correspondence for you. They have a form letter which you can edit. I assume edits are reviewed, but I am not sure.

I would appreciate anyone who would either use their form, or take the time to write a letter yourself in support of this bill. Out of staters welcome, but Ohioans especially. Heck a few people internationally wouldn't hurt. I am going to publish on Ohio Hunters and BFA forums also.

Thanks in advance.
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