A point I want to make is something that always seems to come up, usually takes front stage, that isn't or shouldn't be part of an OC legislation discussion.
Each person's personal opinion about OC and whether they think it's a good idea for them or not, or whether they would or would not, has nothing to do with any legislation. We all have personal opinions and those are unrestricted. Many of our choices are restricted by law and should not be.
You may not think OC is a good idea, great. I don't either in some cases, but each of us should be able to make choices, otherwise our opinion means nothing.
I may have shared this before too, but as for Oklahoma, from some lifelong Oklahomans I know, they expected to see guns and trouble all over the place, even though they knew carrying could only be done by license holders. They didn't put 2 and 2 together, that someone that carried openly, had already been carrying concealed. That was lesson #1. Lesson #2 they learned on their own, there are no guns or trouble all over the place. In fact, out of 2 major cities and one smaller town and everywhere they all travel in between, not one of 5 has seen even 1 person carrying.
As it turns out, there was only 1 place that any of them could say they'd seen a "NO GUNS" sign go up and that is a grocery store on a main drag that gets a lot of interstate traffic.
Once again, it wasn't a big deal after all. I wish the anti-gun rights legislators that threw a fit would be interviewed again to see how they feel now that heck didn't erupt onto the streets.