Cleveland gun owners will soon no longer be required to have a license or undergo training to carry a concealed firearm in the State of Ohio. Governor Mike DeWine put his signature to a bill on Monday allowing Ohioans 21 and over who are not legally prohibited from carrying a gun to do so without a concealed carry permit or training. The legislation had been championed by guns rights advocates and opposed by many members of law enforcement and the Ohio Fraternal Order of Police. The new law will take effect June 13th.
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