posted on Mar, 30 2009 @ 04:45 PM
"It is the law of the land today in every state. They (supporters) would like to make sure it stays that way in Kansas,” said Senate Majority
Leader Derek Schmidt, an Independence Republican.
Supporters of a resolution that passed the House and Senate say the move is needed in case the U.S. Supreme Court ever decides that the Second
Amendment does not protect individual gun ownership. In 2008, the court ruled that the Bill of Rights covers an individual’s right to own
Thank God my state is doing this, allthough they probably figured since everyone in Kansas has a gun by age 5 it would be best. What is sad is that
we have to go through this process that was allready done by our forfathers