Kansas: State Legislature to Vote on Pro-Gun Reform As Early as Today

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Kansas: State Legislature to Vote on Pro-Gun Reform As Early as Today

Charlotte, NC –-(Ammoland.com)-  As the state legislature’s veto session nears its conclusion, one of the few pro-gun measures still awaiting final approval will be eligible for final action as early as today ( 5/16/13).

In a procedural technicality, the language in the NRA-supported Senate Bill 45 has been added to House Bill 2162 by the Judiciary Conference Committee.

This conference committee report will be eligible for approval by the state House and Senate as early as tomorrow.

SB 45’s language now contained in HB 2162 would protect the rights of taxpayers by ensuring that public funds are not used to lobby or otherwise advocate for gun control.

The practice of using taxpayer dollars to fund gun control campaigns and lobby against your Second Amendment rights must be stopped.

Please contact your state Senator and Representative and encourage them to support Senate Bill 45’s language included in HB 2162.  Click here for help identifying your state legislators and their contact information.
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