Legislative Updates


02
Mar 2018
OK2A Legislative Update

As of March 2, 2018, we have many bills which have passed Committee, and are on their way to be heard on the floor. We can't thank enough to all the supporters that sent emails, made calls, and showed up this week at the Capitol in support of these important rights. A special thanks to the Committee Chairs, Representatives Bob Cleveland, Josh Cockroft, George Faught and Chris Kannady for hearing these bills this week....

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20
Feb 2018
Oklahoma Legislative Update - Feb 20

In this video, OK2A President Don Spencer provides an update to current gun bills that have been passed so far during the 2018 legislative session in Oklahoma as well as some of the other proposed gun bills initiated by OK2A that are going to be on the floor during session THIS WEEK including constitutional carry. The only way to stop evil is with BRUTE FORCE! Exercise your Second Amendment rights!!...

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19
Feb 2018
Constitutional Carry Oklahoma

It's time to act! HB2951 (Constitutional Carry) and other gun bills will be heard on Wednesday, February 21st at 3pm in the House Public Safety Committee. Time to show your support with phone calls, emails, and attend the meeting at the OK state capitol. OK2A is the state's leading advocate for Second Amendment rights!...

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14
May 2017
OK2A Legislative Update

Three more OK2A request bills have been sent to Governor Fallin. Awaiting her signature are SB35, SB40, and SB397, all of which passed this Senate last week. The Governor's signature is all that is needed for these three bills to become law. We request polite, encouraging phone calls to the Governor's office on behalf of these bills. The Governor's telephone number is 405-521-2342. SB35 will allow active duty members of the military to carry a handgun using their military ID card as their license. SB40 is the "Point, Don't Shoot" bill which protects anyone who points a firearm in a self-defense scenario. Currently, a person can be charged with a felony for pointing but not shooting a firearm, even if it is in self-defense....

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