Welcome to Elmore Conservation Club.
Next meeting is Monday January 7, 2019 at 7pm
We will be there on Wednesdays December 19th, January 2nd, and 9th 3pm to 6pm.
You MUST be present to get your ID as we will be taking your picture to print on them at that time.
Payment for memberships will be accepted at these times also.
The combinations will change after the January meeting so you will need to get your ID to know the new one.
Checkout the new calendar page here
Follow this link to contact your representatives about H.B. 142 and H.B. 228. Copy and paste it.
This bill specifically defines when a Concealed Handgun License holder must notify law enforcement that he or she has a firearm. When asked for a driver’s license or ID, the citizen MUST also present his or her Concealed Handgun License.
This bill does NOT eliminate the duty to notify. It merely eliminates the confusing and subjective standard in current law that says you must “promptly notify.” No one knows exactly when “promptly” is. But with this bill, both citizen and law enforcement will have no doubt.
This bill cleans up several aspects of Ohio law to protect the rights of citizens.
Brings Ohio into alignment with all 49 other states and shifts the burden of proof back to the state where it belongs so that Ohioans forced to defend their life are presumed innocent until proven guilty.
Eliminates the confusing and dangerous “duty to retreat” for victims of violent crime. However the standard for use of lethal force does NOT change.
Provides people relief who are not able to maintain their hands in plain sight during a law-enforcement stop.
Removes the absurd requirement to post “no guns” signs in buildings where firearms have been specifically approved.
Eliminates the requirement to carry multiple forms of I.D. A Concealed Handgun License is already an official document.
Bars denying civil rights to people living in assisted housing. Every citizen should be treated the same regardless of age or financial means.
Provides new penalties for people buying guns for those who are prohibited from possessing them (straw purchases).
Aligns Ohio’s definition of “shotgun” with the Federal definition. Currently, Ohio law is vague and there is confusion about what firearms are legal or illegal.