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    OpenCarry.org's Mike Stollenwerk on "Target Talk" Radio, St. Louis MO 6:30 PM 29 June

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    OpenCarry.org's Mike Stollenwerk live on "Target Talk" Radio, St. Louis MO 6:30PM 29 June 2014
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    OpenCarry.org's co-founder Mike Stollenwerk discusses "open carry" tonight at 6:30 PM central time on "Target Talk," St. Louis' "The Big 550 KTRS" Radio Station, Sponsored by Metro Shooting Supplies.

    Mike Stollenwerk is a retired US Army Lieutenant Colonel, Georgetown Law graduate, and member of the Bar in Virginia and the District of Columbia who blogs about gun rights matters as the DC Gun Rights Examiner for Examiner.com at http://www.examiner.com/gun-rights-i...ke-stollenwerk

    Open carry topics for this evening's radio segment include:

    * Tactical advantages/disadvantages of open carry.

    * Other reasons to open carry?

    * What are open carry laws?

    * How can one navigate what seems to be a patchwork of open carry laws?

    * What is the difference between open carry of handguns and open carry of long guns?

    * Since you don't advocate for the open carry of long guns, do you believe organized demonstrations with open carry of long guns hurts the general public's perception of gun owners.

    Listen to the show at http://www.ktrs.com/ktrs-streaming

    See also https://www.facebook.com/TargetTalk

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    Perhaps thoughts on the Lake Ozark ban about a month ago and the gun shop owners comments posted in the KC Star could be added to the discussion.

    Pistols Plus anti-OC

    http://www.kansascity.com/news/gover...cle640420.html

    Any of you "Lazy" wannabie "Big Shots" might want to familiarize yourself with them and their FB page and refrain from frequenting the establishment so as not to offend.

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    John C. Eastman Associate Dean of Chapman University’s School of Law "the Second Amendment, like its sister amendments, does not confer a right but rather recognizes a natural right inherent in our humanity."

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    Need some help researching the legislative history SB 656

    Need some help researching the legislative history SB 656 - where can I find the list of Senators who voted for or against SB 656, as well as those who did not vote on SB 656?

    The reason I ask is that - based on my research - SB 656 passed by a **veto proof majority** in the House - 111-28; veto override only requires 109 votes in the house.

    But on the Senate side, SB 656 passed by 21-7, 2 votes **short** of the 23 votes needed to override a veto. However in good news, there are supposed to be 34 total Senators so it looks like 6 Senators did not vote at all on SB636, but could vote to override the veto; we only need 2!

    Who are these 6 Senators who did not vote on SB 656 and is it plausible that at least 2 of the 6 would vote to override a veto?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike View Post
    Need some help researching the legislative history SB 656 - where can I find the list of Senators who voted for or against SB 656, as well as those who did not vote on SB 656?

    The reason I ask is that - based on my research - SB 656 passed by a **veto proof majority** in the House - 111-28; veto override only requires 109 votes in the house.

    But on the Senate side, SB 656 passed by 21-7, 2 votes **short** of the 23 votes needed to override a veto. However in good news, there are supposed to be 34 total Senators so it looks like 6 Senators did not vote at all on SB636, but could vote to override the veto; we only need 2!

    Who are these 6 Senators who did not vote on SB 656 and is it plausible that at least 2 of the 6 would vote to override a veto?
    Mike Parson Rep Voted for nulification bill
    Bob Dixon Rep Voted previously to overide veto of nullification bill
    Kiki Curls Dem anti-gunner
    Mike Cunningham Rep Co sponsor of previous pro-firearm bills
    Two open seats
    John C. Eastman Associate Dean of Chapman University’s School of Law "the Second Amendment, like its sister amendments, does not confer a right but rather recognizes a natural right inherent in our humanity."

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