I guess Cleveland doesn’t rock so much after all:
The suit seeks a temporary restraining order and permanent injunction to stop the City of Cleveland from prosecuting law-abiding gun owners under local ordinances that restrict gun ownership and concealed carry.
The lawsuit also asks the Court to declare 20 different local ordinances unconstitutional on the grounds of state preemption of firearm laws.
HB347, the preemption law, became effective in March of 2007. It replaces a patchwork of varied and confusing local rules with “uniform laws throughout the state regulating the ownership, possession, purchase, other acquisition, transport, storage, carrying, sale, or other transfer of firearms, their components, and their ammunition.”
I wish the best of luck to Buckeye Firearms Foundation with their suit – it’s good to see Ohio moving back towards liberty on the gun issue. Now if I could just get them to have reciprocity with Indiana, we’d be all set.