Pro-Gun Group Threatens To Sue Columbus Over Proposed Gun Control Ordinances
A pro-gun group says it is prepared to sue the City of Columbus if the group determines proposed gun control laws violate state law.
The city is holding a public hearing tonight at 5 p.m. on eleven proposed changes contained in four ordinances. The changes include banning bump stocks, banning gun sales in neighborhoods, prohibiting the sale of imitation guns to minors, and better protecting domestic violence victims. The Buckeye Firearms Association says it will sue if the ordinances violate state law.