We couldn't have said it better ourselves.
Via the Columbus Dispatch:
First Amendment rights were on full display Thursday at the Statehouse, as almost 20 Second Amendment supporters testified for more than three hours in opposition to legislation backed by Gov. John Kasich that would give Ohio its first “red flag” law.
The bill calls for an “extreme risk” protection order that would allow a family member or law enforcement official to seize guns from individuals who may pose a threat to themselves or others for two weeks before a formal court hearing...
Those testifying against what Kasich calls “common sense” reform, sponsored by Rep. Mike Henne, R-Clayton, say the bill violates due process and infringes on their Second Amendment rights. Both Kasich and Henne were the subjects of harsh criticism throughout and name calling at times.
Chris Dorr, director of Ohio Gun Owners, referred to Kasich as a “radical gun control militant” during his testimony.
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