TOPEKA - Firearms that are made and stay in Kansas would be exempt from federal regulations under a bill that sets the stage for a federal constitutional challenge under the 10th Amendment.
House Bill 2620 passed the House 95-27 on Tuesday and now goes to the Senate for consideration.
The firearms would be stamped “Made in Kansas.” No manufacturers are producing firearms that would fall under the act now.The bill has much broader implications, said Patricia Stoneking, president of the Kansas State Rifle Association, before the bill was debated on the House floor.
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TOPEKA, Kan. - Kansas legislators have given final approval to a resolution asserting the state's sovereignty against what many of them see as an overly intrusive federal government.
The Senate adopted the resolution on a 36-4 vote Monday, accepting a version approved by the House two weeks ago.