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Buckeye Dan
05-24-2012, 9:08 PM
If you visit Ohio for whatever reason (Like hunting) this Bill will impact you. We are trying to make felons out of people that alter their vehicles to construct hidden compartments.

Must read and most urgent!

http://www.ohiolibertycoalition.org/a-fast-tracked-disaster-sb-305-hidden-vehicle-compartments-your-calls-needed-now/

Out of state calls representing tourism will impact the outcome of this Bill. Please take action. Please pass this information on to other venues. If this passes and you come here oblivious? You won't be going home in some cases.

gunnerstuff
05-24-2012, 10:19 PM
One more step to make every one a felon. Good job, nice work Ohio!

littlejake
05-25-2012, 9:36 AM
I'm not going to search the code for it; but, I think it's already a crime in CA.

gobler
05-25-2012, 12:57 PM
So would this make the Supernatural Impala illegal?! Just wondering since I know some one who has a nice replica with all the bells & whistles.


Sent from somewhere in space & time...

Sunday
05-25-2012, 1:18 PM
What amazes me is how the same people keep on making these laws and get away with it.

lear60man
05-25-2012, 2:22 PM
Hidden compartments with the intent to hide Narcotics I get the law. A hidden compartment in a car that belongs to a guy who transports....say diamonds, No way. I would love to have a hidden compartment in my car to stash some $$ and emergency supplies for a SHTF scenario. It makes me feel safe and keeps the valets out of my property.

Untamed1972
05-25-2012, 2:49 PM
Just reads like them wanting to create a law to create more criminals.

I mean seriously......do they have such a high incidence of finding empty hidden compartments with drug residue in them that they need a whole law just to deal with that?

Here is an idea......its supposed to be a free country....if I want a secret compartment in my car.....who's effing business is it anyway? What if I just wanna hide my porn stash from my wife? Now I'm gonna be risking a felony charge for that?

There are plenty of laws already on the books to cover everything conceivible. The LEOs dont need anymore laws to help them do their job......they just need to work with what they got which is more than enough.

m03
05-25-2012, 2:58 PM
Looks like another freedom sacrificed to the War On Drugs.