Guns and alcohol could be a mixed drink on the menu if Ohio Gov. John Kasich signs a bill that would allow guns in bars, restaurants, stadiums and other establishments.
Kasich is expected to sign Senate Bill 17 into law, which will allow concealed carry of guns into liquor-serving establishments, including bars, restaurants, nightclubs, shopping malls, museums and sports stadiums.
It's important to point out that you can't drink alcohol if you have a gun. Doing so is a felony and will come with the loss of your concealed carry privilege.
Gun-rights advocates applaud the move, saying that this is only Ohio catching up with what most states are doing. Others say the move is idiotic, that guns should not be brought into such places.
According to The Plain Dealer, 42 states allow gun owners to bring concealed guns into restaurants, but most states don't let you bring a weapon into a bar or a stadium.
So, what do you think? Should concealed guns be allowed in Ohio bars, restaurants and stadiums?