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On Wednesday, The Ohio Supreme Court accepted an appeal by the City of Clyde in Ohioans For Concealed Carry, Inc. et. al. v. City of Clyde, et. al.

The original lawsuit, filed in 2004, challenged the city of Clyde's ordinance that allowed posting of signs to prohibit otherwise legal handguns being carried by licensed Ohioans in local city park . . .
 

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Malum Prohibitum said:
http://www.prnewswire.com/cgi-bin/stories.pl?ACCT=104&STORY=/www/story/09-27-2007/0004671619&EDATE=

On Wednesday, The Ohio Supreme Court accepted an appeal by the City of Clyde in Ohioans For Concealed Carry, Inc. et. al. v. City of Clyde, et. al.

The original lawsuit, filed in 2004, challenged the city of Clyde's ordinance that allowed posting of signs to prohibit otherwise legal handguns being carried by licensed Ohioans in local city park . . .
sounds eerily familiar
 

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Cities Fight For Gun Laws

Clyde, Ohio, is a small town, but its legal quest to keep guns out of city parks could have a big effect on firearms laws across the state.

The Ohio Supreme Court has agreed to hear the Sandusky County town's appeal of a court ruling that struck down its anti-gun ordinance as being in conflict with state law. . . .
 

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It just goes on and on and on..... :puke:

Even in the face of, and in direct contravention of, clearly written state laws, some cities insist on enforcing their own illegal laws.

But, hey! Why shouldn't they? There's no risk. The people pushing these bans aren't spending their money. No! The people fighting the cities are spending their money! Which sorta sucks...!
 

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It just goes on and on and on..... :puke:

Even in the face of, and in direct contravention of, clearly written state laws, some cities insist on enforcing their own illegal laws.

But, hey! Why shouldn't they? There's no risk. The people pushing these bans aren't spending their money. No! The people fighting the cities are spending their money! Which sorta sucks...!
So if I live in that city I pay both sides.
 
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