Dozens testify at Ohio Statehouse in opposition of proposed changes to Stand Your Ground law

Dozens testify at Ohio Statehouse in opposition of proposed changes to Stand Your Ground law

From a college student to county public defenders, more than 70 Ohioans testified yesterday in front of the Ohio House Criminal Justice Committee in opposition of proposed changes to Ohio’s current Stand Your Ground Law. Testimony is expected to continue today.

You can view news coverage, including some of the testimony, from Tuesday by NBC4 Columbus here.

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