SUMMIT CO. -- Concerned citizens are rallied against a gun show.
People gathered to push for universal background checks. They held signs with messages like "Stop gun violence now," and "I need a background check for my job, why not for a lethal weapon?"
Northeast Ohio Carry also attended the rally to present the other side of the argument.
"We wanted to come out and show that there are a lot of people who want the gun show left as is, and that we do not feel that the background checks as written right now would solve anything," said Brett Pucillo.
Protesters are concerned because there's a loophole in Ohio law that allows people to buy weapons from gun shows without passing a background check.