Dayton Mayor joins Ohio Gov for gun law reform
Ohio Republican Gov. Mike DeWine has asked state legislature to pass a 17 point plan that respects the Second Amendment to reduce gun violence in new gun control measures, introducing a safety protection order allowing judges to take guns from those deemed a threat in the wake of the mass shooting in Dayton.
DeWine proposed a former prosecutor requiring background checks for nearly all gun sales and adopting a red flag law in his state, where a gunman killed nine people at a Dayton entertainment district just hours after the El Paso shooting.
"It gives them an avenue to be able to go into court and for the court then to have a hearing and due process to be respected," said DeWine.
The Democratic Mayor of Dayton, Nan Whaley joins forces with the Republican Governor of Ohio, calling for his state legislature to adopt Red Flag Protection
Order laws and expresses her enthusiasm about the community working together to pass the legislation that Governor DeWine, announced on Wednesday.
Mayor Whaley expresses her hope in the process of the state legislature.
Governor DeWine reassures that the new proposal will have a lifesaving impact