nakedshoplifter wrote:He said the police had informants that tipped them off when a shooting was to occur. Then police would pull over the car and cite the occupants for gun violations.
With this law, that couldn't happen.
He clearly doesn't understand how the law works. State laws regarding firearms incars could still be enforced.
I am waiting 9 more days for our OHIO preemtion to take effect. What great legislation. Good for Kansas! I have been watching your story unfold for a while, and your sheeple seem to be even bigger whiners than we have here in Ohio (except for maybe around Cleveland). Preemption should put that vocal minority back in its place. They were really starting to trash your rights. Bravo!
Interesting to note that Open Carry was not the scare tactic used to (unsuccesfully) fight preemtion here. Here the "wipe out assault weapon bans" and "allow firearms in parks where children are" angle was mostly used. I check the street daily for the blood that should be running after CCW, but I haven't seen a drop yet.(Although several defensive cases have saved lives)
They say now that we will see the blood after preemtion becomes active. I'll keep looking.