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How Will Ohio Handle Open Carry During The Republican Convention?06:03
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Steve Thacker (center), a member of a group supporting the carrying of weapons, openly speaks to the media at an open carry event July 17, 2016 in Cleveland, Ohio, site of the Republican National Convention. (William Edwards/AFP/Getty Images)
Steve Thacker (center), a member of a group supporting the carrying of weapons, openly speaks to the media at an open carry event July 17, 2016 in Cleveland, Ohio, site of the Republican National Convention. (William Edwards/AFP/Getty Images)
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Ohio has an open-carry law, which means that firearm owners can wear their weapons in public.

How will this handled during the Republican National Convention? Here & Now's Robin Young speaks with Jackie Borchardt of Cleveland.com.
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Open Carry In Cleveland

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Jackie Borchardt, statehouse reporter for Cleveland.com. She tweets @JMBorchardt.

This segment aired on July 18, 2016.

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