Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Balancing out the Shelton amendment, we have the Oklahoma Firearms Freedom Act

The Oklahoma Firearms Freedom Act bill won approval Tuesday in the State House and is on its way to Governor Brad Henry.

Under the measure introduced by Representative Charles Key of Oklahoma City and Senator Randy Brogdon of Owasso, firearms and ammunition manufactured in the state of Oklahoma would not be subject to any federal regulations
Now we need to see if the Governor will sign it. If not, he's going to be getting some serious questions.

1 comment:

Rev. Paul said...

Alaska's Firearms Freedom Act passed the legislature last Friday, and is on the Governor's desk. He's expected to sign it; we had to join the multi-state lawsuit against ObamaKare first.

But good on OK!