Gun Control In Ohio
Governor Mike DeWine in August -- and just days after a mass shooting in Dayton -- proposed the outline of a plan for mandatory background checks on private gun sales and a version of the so-called “red flag” law. On Monday, DeWine retreated from both proposals.
Instead, he proposed expanding the state’s “pink slip” system that hospitalizes people who are mentally ill for up to three days. And he proposed a plan to make it easier to prosecute the gun sellers.
Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher: the DeWine plan to address gun violence.
- Laura Bischoff, State Government Reporter, Dayton Daily News
- State Rep. Emilia Sykes, Democrat from Akron, Ohio House Minority Leader
- Mike DeWine, Governor of Ohio
- Nan Whaley, mayor of Dayton, Ohio