A new gun law took effect in Ohio Monday. Current and former servicemen and women can get an Ohio Concealed Handgun License without paying the fee or going through a concealed carry class.
The bill sponsor, Ohio State Senator Lou Terhar, said it's another step in making Ohio one of the most veteran-friendly states in the nation.
Senator Terhar is a veteran himself. He said it's not a gun control law, but rather a way to say thank you to arguably the most responsible and best-trained gun owners in the country.