More than a year into the two-year 132nd General Assembly, lawmakers have introduced a number of bills to change Ohio’s gun laws.
Below is a listing of currently pending bills to reform Ohio’s gun laws and reduce gun violence, as well as their current status and suggestions for advocating for their passage. We will work to keep this page updated throughout the legislative term, and will add analysis about individual bills.
HB33 (Patmon) – Child Access Prevention.
HB151 (Patmon) – Universal Background Checks.
HB152 (Patmon) – “Firearm Restricted” Hunting License.
HB153 (Patmon) – Imitation Firearms.
HB305 (Antonio, Boyd) – Require subjects of protection orders to relinquish firearms.
HB395 (Patmon) – Bump stocks.
HB563 (West) – Firearm Sales.
HB564 (West) – Firearm purchases.
HB585 (Henne) – Firearm Laws.
SB150 (Brown) – Prohibit domestic abuser from having a firearm.
SB219 (Thomas) – Bump stocks.
SB260 (Skindell, Tavares) – Assaults Weapons Ban.
SB278 (Schiavoni, Williams) – Firearm Access.
SB279 (Tavares, Sykes) – Firearm Storage.
SB281 (Hoagland, Eklund) – Firearm Sales.
SB283 (Thomas, Schiavoni) – Firearm transfers.
SB284 (Thomas, Schiavoni) – Firearm purchases.
SB285 (Thomas, Schiavoni) – Firearms transfers
SB286 (Thomas, Schiavoni) – Firearm registration
We will work to keep this page updated throughout the legislative term.
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