Oklahoma Sen. McCortney Stonewalls Pro-2A Bill

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Majority Floor Leader Greg McCortney is refusing to bring the FIND Act, House Bill 3144, up for a vote in the Senate. IMG iStock-884218046

U.S.A. -(AmmoLand.com)- Your NRA-ILA has learned that Majority Floor Leader Greg McCortney is refusing to bring the FIND Act, House Bill 3144, up for a vote in the Senate.  This is the last step before the measure heads to the Governor’s desk.  It is extremely important that you contact Senator McCortney at 405-521-5541 and urge him to bring this measure up for a vote immediately.

House Bill 3144 expands free enterprise by prohibiting companies that discriminate in the provision of their financial services against the firearm and ammunition industry, from entering into contracts with government entities in the state.  Some companies believe they are morally superior to the good people of Oklahoma, and HB 3144 ensures that they are prevented from benefitting from discriminatory practices.

According to industry surveys, nearly 75% of firearm industry members have been denied financial services solely because of their affiliation with the firearm industry. These practices also extend to businesses that sell hunting equipment, teach firearm safety courses, make gun safes, etc.

Again, please contact Senator Greg McCortney at 405-521-5541 and urge him to schedule House Bill 3144 for a vote in the Senate.


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nrringlee

Look at his donors list. This is how you find the rats and weasels who try to pass as conservatives while flying the big red R flag. What is done in darkness will be shouted from the rooftops. Look and see if he is getting cash from one of the many anti=liberty groups funded by the fascist left. Bloomberg and Soros lead the cash flow to these sell outs.

Matt in Oklahoma

Did Oklahomans on here actually research the reason or did y’all just jump to the “rino” bandwagon?
Yeah that’s what I thought. You read a one sided article and did ZERO research.
The rest of ya best have your house in order before ya run that head

Hazcat

So enlighten us. We are not in Oklahoma and don’t have the background on him.

Last edited 1 month ago by Hazcat
Rob

Agree, Please do so; we want to be as enlightened as you infer you are..

nrringlee

Yes, please fill us in. When Republicans sell out liberty reasonable people assume the worst. Here in Arizona we have had our fair share of RINO frauds who take Bloomberg money in the back door while talking a good game. When it comes to the Republican Party and its so=called conservatives you are always safe assuming the worst. So please enlighten us.

nrringlee

I have read the bill and amendments on the OK legislative web site. It is all boilder plate from NSSF, nothing unusual. Bills like this have been passed in six states that I am aware of, Arizona Citizens Defense League got one passes two years ago here in AZ. But we watch the money.

swmft

please give us the full run down, we do need to help other states it is only way we can protect OUR rights is to defend others

GAMtns

We’re slowly learning through painful consequences how deeply deceitful the Marxists are. Lying and running Republican/conservative without any kind of screening for what the criteria and platform of being a Republican is, has left us with a multitude of RINO’s throughout the federal and state governments. Texas has finally awakened from the woke in their midst and have listed criteria and a platform for the Republican Party that is given to all candidates that file as Republicans/conservatives – Constitutionalists. It’s interesting how approximately half the candidates who file as Republicans fail to respond to the questions, telling you right off… Read more »

Russn8r
swmft

$2 per shot ,$10 per gallon if we dont get rid of the demoncrats

Russn8r

If LaPewCo hadn’t stolen & used $Billions in member cash against us, hadn’t given thousands of phony A grades etc, this RINO wouldn’t even be in office.

Last edited 1 month ago by Russn8r
swmft

he needs to be put out to pasture

Rob

Did you mean to say in the pasture?

swmft

I will go with that, with the manure

Ope

This is kind of surprising to me esp. coming out of Oklahoma. Another damn RINO strikes again..

JSNMGC

Not surprising at all. He ran on being:

  • A former preacher;
  • A husband;
  • A father;
  • Born in Oklahoma;
  • Helpful to seniors; and
  • “Conservative” (but he didn’t specify what that means and he wasn’t pressed for specifics).

“RINOs” exist because people support them when they are running for office based on things other than their specific views (commitments) on policy.

Last edited 1 month ago by JSNMGC
Russn8r

Anyone want to bet a corrupt NRA staffer-lobbyist gave him an “A” grade in return for personal quid pro quo?

Last edited 1 month ago by Russn8r