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Kansas gun law case could have impacts
« on: February 02, 2017, 06:57:15 am »

Kansas gun law case could have impacts in Wyoming

A federal judge on Tuesday rejected arguments that a Kansas law can shield from federal prosecution anyone owning firearms made, sold and kept in the state a ruling that casts doubt on the legality of similar laws passed in nine states across the nation

The Kansas Second Amendment Protection Act, which passed in 2013, says firearms, accessories and ammunition manufactured and kept within the borders of Kansas are exempt from federal gun control laws. Kansas modeled its law on a Montana law that an appeals court has found to be invalid, according to court filings.

http://trib.com/news/state-and-regional/kansas-gun-law-case-could-have-impacts-in-wyoming/article_839c8afd-43f5-53aa-97cc-6325cf23aef8.html
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Re: Kansas gun law case could have impacts
« Reply #1 on: February 03, 2017, 02:25:57 am »

A federal judge on Tuesday rejected arguments that a Kansas law can shield from federal prosecution anyone owning firearms made, sold and kept in the state a ruling that casts doubt on the legality of similar laws passed in nine states across the nation

Gee. A federal judge finding that federal law overrides state law. Color me... unsurprised. And disgusted.

I really hoped when Jimmy Carter pushed through the nationwide 55 mph speed limit that Wyoming would tell the feds to stuff their highway tax money, and instruct Wyoming residents to stop paying federal income taxes. Didn't happen. Sigh...
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