You Know Anti-Self-Defense Crowd Is Lying When They Generalize “Homicide”

As I’ve written about several times in the last few weeks, Ohio is considering adopting several badly changes to its self-defense laws. One of the provisions that had been under consideration, but had apparently been dropped in the mistaken hopes that doing so would induce Governor Kasich to sign the proposed self-defense changes, was stand-your-ground: relieving folks who otherwise lawfully defend themselves from also having a legal duty to retreat before they could use defensive force against an unlawful attack upon themselves or their families. Instead, Kasich (featured image) vetoed the bill anyway, and now OH is hoping their legislature can override that veto.

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