Governor John Kasich is pushing state lawmakers to move forward with bipartisan gun control measures.
Kasich rolled out several proposals Thursday that he says will protect Ohioans and protect the Second Amendment. The plan includes taking guns from domestic violence offenders, improve background checks and ban the sale of armor-piercing ammunition.
Meantime, Kroger is joining other national retailers in changing its gun sales policy.
The Cincinnati-based company announced Thursday that it's raising the age to buy firearms at its Fred Meyer stores from 18 to 21. Company officials say the changes follow last month's deadly school shooting in Florida.
Dick's Sporting Goods and Walmart also increased the minimum gun-buying age this week.