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Old 05-30-2012, 03:13   #7
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Ohio doesn't require "a specific type of sign." There are no requirements other than that there is a sign that prohibits weapons, or concealed carry. The sign could be verbal, pictorial, could use any sort of language. It's not specified.

Thus, it's not a really a "grey area." If you can tell it's posted, then it's prohibited and the prohibition carries the force of law.
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