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The Ohio senate passes a new concealed carry bill that will make it easier to carry a gun without a license.

Via Fox19

Senate Bill 215 passed by a 23-8 vote. (Summary)

SB215 was introduced by Sen. Terry Johnson (R-Batavia) and 13 co-sponsors in August.

The bill makes concealed carry licenses optional—thereby removing background checks and training minimums—for those 21 and over who wish to carry a firearm.

The bill also eliminates the requirement that Ohioans promptly notify law enforcement officers during a traffic stop if they have a concealed weapon.

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