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Kansas House Committee to Vote on Pro-Gun Reform Tomorrow

Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Please Call AND E-Mail Members of the House Committee on Elections NOW!

An important pro-gun reform that would prohibit taxpayer money from financing gun control campaigns in any manner has been scheduled for a vote tomorrow in the state House Committee on Elections.  Senate Bill 45, introduced by the state Senate Federal and State Affairs Committee, is a common sense reform that has already passed in the state Senate by a 32 to 8 vote.  Please contact members of the House Committee on Elections and politely urge them to support this bill.

SB 45 would help to preserve the rights of taxpayers to ensure that public funds are not used to pursue a political agenda against legal products.  Other states allow taxpayer funds to finance expensive advertisement campaigns that demonize perfectly legal products – from everyday consumer products, to firearms and ammunition.  SB 45 would prohibit this practice in Kansas and ensure that public money is not used to put the rights of law-abiding gun owners in the crosshairs of an agency with a political agenda.  

House Committee on Elections:

Representative Scott Schwab (R-86) – Chair

Phone: 785 296-7501
Email: scott.schwab@house.ks.gov

 

Representative Steve Huebert (R-90) – Vice Chair
Phone: 785 296-1754
Email: steve.huebert@house.ks.gov

Representative John Alcala (D-57)
Phone: 785 296-7371
Email: john.alcala@house.ks.gov

Representative John Barker (R-70)
Phone: 785 296-7674
Email: john.barker@house.ks.gov

Representative Nile Dillmore (D-92)
Phone: 785 296-7698
Email: nile.dillmore@house.ks.gov

Representative Keith Esau (R-14)
Phone: 785 296-7631
Email: keith.esau@house.ks.gov

Representative Russell Jennings (R-122)
Phone: 785 296-7196
Email: russ.jennings@house.ks.gov

Representative Lance Kinzer (R-30)
Phone: 785-296-7692
Email: lance.kinzer@house.ks.gov

Representative Connie O’Brien (R-42)
Phone: 785 296-7683
Email: connie.obrien@house.ks.gov

Representative Tom Phillips (R-67)
Phone: 785 296-6014
Email: tom.phillips@house.ks.gov  

Representative Sharon Schwartz (R-106)
Phone: 785 296-7637
Email: sharon.schwartz@house.ks.gov

Representative Arlen Siegfried (R-121)
Phone: 785 368-7166
Email: arlen.siegfreid@house.ks.gov

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