via News5:

Some local veterans and concealed carry instructors have safety concerns over a new law allowing veterans and military service members to obtain a concealed carry permit without required training.

Senate Bill 81 will become law without a signature from Governor Kasich, allowing veterans to get their CCW permit without paying more than $100 in fees and the usually required eight hours of classes.

Cleveland’s Concealed Carry Courses owner Kim Rodecker is pleased the State of Ohio will waive the fees for veterans, but he believes veterans should still be required to have some training since not all of them have experience with handguns.

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