U.S. attorney general says Kansas gun law is unconstitutional

Actually, the AG is probably the one who is “Unconstitutional”!!


:  The law, which seeks to keep guns or ammunition from being subject to any federal regulation – as long they are kept in Kansas – directly conflicts with federal law, Holder wrote in the April 26 letter to Kansas Governor Sam Brownback. “Federal officers who are responsible for enforcing federal laws and regulations in order to maintain public safety cannot be forced to choose between the risk of a criminal prosecution by a state and the continued performance of their federal duties,” Holder wrote. The law also bans federal or other agents from enforcing federal regulations in the making or sale of Kansas-made firearms. Holder said a state “may not criminalize the exercise of federal responsibilities” and that all federal laws remain in effect. Brownback, a Republican, signed the new law two weeks ago after it won overwhelming support in the state House and Senate. It took effect last week. In a…

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