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Posted on April 23, 2014
Yesterday, Governor Sam Brownback (R) signed House Bill 2578 into law. As previously reported here, HB 2578 passed unanimously in the Kansas House of Representatives on March 25, language from Senate Bill 447 was incorporated into HB 2578 and passed in the state Senate by a 37-2 vote on April 4, and HB 2578 was concurred by the state House of Representatives by a 102-19 vote on April 5. HB 2578 takes effect on July 1, 2014.
Among the many positive provisions for gun owners in the Sunflower State, HB 2578 will:
The NRA thanks Governor Brownback for signing this comprehensive pro-gun bill into law, as well as state Representatives Jim Howell (R-81) and Richard Carlson (R-61), the combined authors of this bill. Please express your thanks to Governor Brownback for his strong support of your Second Amendment rights by contacting him here.
Special thanks also go out to the House Federal and State Affairs Committee Chairman, Representative Steve Brunk (R-85); Vice-Chairman, Representative Travis Couture-Lovelady (R-110); as well as the Senate Federal and State Affairs Committee Chairman, Senator Ralph Ostmeyer (R-40); and Vice Chairman, Senator Clark Shultz (R-35).
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