On Feb. 11, HB2621 was introduced to nullify the Common Core curriculum in the state of Kansas. (learn more about it here) It was promptly referred to the Education Committee where it will need to be passed by a majority before a vote is taken in the whole House.Details
On Feb. 10, SB361 was introduced as the 2nd Health Care Freedom Act for Kansas. It would suspend the licenses of insurance carriers who accept federal subsidies through one of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act’s (PPACA) health insurance Exchanges. STATUS – referred to the Public Health and Welfare Committee where it will need…Details
PLEASE TAKE THE FOLLOWING ACTIONS – It doesn’t matter where you live in the state, please follow all these steps to support HB2683.Details
Last May, Herndon, Kansas, Mayor Kenny Chartier introduced an ordinance nullifying federal gun laws in his town. The legally binding ordinance prohibits “any agency or person in the employ of the City of Herndon from enforcing, providing material support for, or participating in any way in the enforcement of any act, law, treaty, order, rule or regulation of federal government regarding personal firearms, firearm accessories, or ammunition with the city limits.”
The city council unanimously adopted it.
Chartier took action after Kansas Gov. Brownback signed a state Second Amendment Protection Act into law last April. The state law nullifies a wide range of unconstitutional federal gun laws. Passage represented a huge step in protecting the right to keep and bear arms in Kansas, but Chartier understood local support would play a vital role in the ultimate success of the new Kansas law, and he did his part to add another layer of protection for citizens in his town.
And the Herndon mayor didn’t stop there.
Recently, Chatier sent an email to “every town, city and municipality in the state of Kansas that had an e-mail address,”urging them to pass similar Second Amendment Preservation ordinances supporting the state law.Details
After over a year and two legislative sessions the Kansas Tenth Amendment Resolution (KTAR), SCR1615, was finally passed on March 29th. Some declared “victory” as the resolution was packaged and sent off to Washington D.C. Senator Mary Pilcher-Cook, the resolution’s number one sponsor and champion, said, “SCR1615 was the first step in claiming state sovereignty…Details
On February 2nd, Kansas State Representative Merrick, along with 13 co-sponsors, introduced House Bill 2620 (H2620), the “Firearms Freedom Act.” Yesterday, the Kansas House passed it by a vote of 95-27. It now goes on to the state senate for further consideration. If passed into law, the bill would make law that “a personal firearm,…Details
A new web site has been created to educate Kansans about the proposed Kansas Health Care Freedom Amendment. This Constitutional Amendment would preserve certain existing rights regarding health care. Aside from reading the amendment and learning more about its intent, you can also sign an online petition supporting the effort. The purpose of the Amendment…Details
The Kansas Senate passed a state sovereignty resolution Thursday that affirms the principles of enumerated powers and the 10th Amendment: “the State of Kansas hereby claims sovereignty under the Tenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States over all powers not otherwise enumerated and granted to the federal government by the Constitution of the…Details
Introduced in the past week in Kansas and West Virginia is the “Health Care Freedom Act” which seeks to ensure the freedom of state residents to choose their own health care providers. In Kansas, Senate Concurrent Resolution 1626 (SCR1626). In West Virginia, House Joint Resolution 103 (HJR103). In each state, the proposal is for a…Details