Ohio: Oberlin’s law on firearms in parks makes city a target for gun litigation

| September 5, 2013

Ohio: Oberlin’s law on firearms in parks makes city a target for gun litigation

City Council is reluctantly mulling a change to its law that prevents firearms in city parks, as it conflicts with an Ohio statute that permits guns in most public places, including parks. If City Council does not rescind the measure, gun owners can take the city to court. Cleveland lost a similar fight over a guns rights issue in 2010.

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