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Fireworks bill fizzles out with veto from Gov. DeWine

By Jared Goffinet


CINCINNATI (WXIX) – Ohio residents still won’t be allowed to set off fireworks on certain holidays following Gov. Mike DeWine’s veto of Senate Bill 113.

The governor said on Friday, vetoing SB 113 was in the best interest of the public.

The bill would have allowed nonprofessionals to set off fireworks 24 hours a day on at least 25 different holidays.

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