"The price of freedom is eternal vigilance." -- Thomas Jefferson
Monday, 28 July 2014
Main Menu
Oklahoma Governor Vetos Knife Law Preemption Bill - CALL or EMAIL Today! Print E-mail

April 30, 2014: Oklahoma's Knife Law Preemption bill, HB3367 has been inexplicably vetoed by Governor Mary Fallin, the first veto ever of a Knife Rights preemption bill. HB3367 passed by overwhelming majorities, 88-3 in the House and 45-1 in the Senate. Knife Rights is working with the bill sponsor and our contacts in Oklahoma to override the Governor's veto. Stay tuned because things on the ground are developing very quickly and unpredictably.

If you live, work or travel in Oklahoma, please CALL or EMAIL your Legislators TODAY to let them know that HB 3367 is important to you and ask that they please override the Governor's veto of HB 3367. If you email, USE THE SUBJECT: Please Override Gov Veto on HB3367!

Locate your Legislators here: http://www.oklegislature.gov/FindMyLegislature.aspx

Whether writing or calling, all that is necessary is to simply to let them know that HB 3367 is important to you and ask that they please override the Governor's veto of HB 3367. That's it, keep it short and to the point.

ALSO, please CALL or EMAIL the Speaker of the House and the President Pro Tempore of the Senate TODAY and ask them to please schedule an override vote for HB 3367 ASAP! If you email, USE THE SUBJECT: Please Override Gov Veto on HB3367!

House Speaker Rep. Jeffrey W. Hickman:
405-557-7339 / jwhickman@okhouse.gov

Senate President Brian Bingman:
405- 521-5528 / bingman@oksenate.gov

HB 3367 simply adds "knives" to the state's existing firearms preemption law, eliminating the patchwork of local knife laws more restrictive than state law.


April 22, 2014: Oklahoma's Knife Law Preemption bill, HB3367, has passed the Senate 45-1. It now moves to Governor Mary Fallin for her consideration.

HB 3367 simply adds "knives" to the state's existing firearms preemption law, eliminating the patchwork of local knife laws more restrictive than state law.

If you live, work or travel in Oklahoma, please contact Governor Fallin and ask her to please sign HB 3367. Phone: (405) 521-2342 or Click here to Email the Governor

Whether writing or calling, all that is necessary is to simply ask her to please sign HB 3367. That's it, keep it short and to the point.


April 21, 2014: Oklahoma's Knife Law Preemption bill, HB3367, is up for a final vote in the Senate early this week, possibly as soon as today. HB 3367 simply adds "knives" to the state's existing firearms preemption law, eliminating the patchwork of local knife laws more restrictive than state law.

If you live, work or travel in Oklahoma, please CALL or EMAIL your Senator TODAY ask that they please vote in favor of HB 3367. Click here to find your Senator.

Whether writing or calling, all that is necessary is to simply ask that they vote in favor HB3367. That's it, keep it short and to the point.


Feb. 27, 2014: By an overwhelming 88-3 vote, the Oklahoma House has passed HB3367, Knife Rights' Knife Law Preemption bill. Sponsored by state Representative John Echols, HB3367 very simply adds "knives" to the state's existing Firearms Preemption Law. The bill now moves to the Senate.

If you live, work or travel in Oklahoma, please contact your Senator and ask him to support HB3367. Click here to find your Senator.

Whether writing or calling, all that is necessary is to simply ask that they support HB3367. That's it, keep it short and to the point.


Feb. 5, 2014: By a 14-1 vote, the Oklahoma House Judiciary Committee has issued a DO PASS recommendation on HB3367, Knife Rights' Knife Law Preemption bill. Sponsored by state Representative John Echols, HB3367 very simply adds "knives" to the state's existing Firearms Preemption Law.

If you live, work or travel in Oklahoma, please contact your representative and ask him to vote YES on HB3367. Click here to find your Representative.

Whether writing or calling, all that is necessary is to simply ask them to vote in favor of HB3367. Keep it short and to the point.

Representative Echols introduced and passed HB2170 last year which removed assisted-opening knives from the list of prohibited weapons in Oklahoma. Knife Law Preemption is the next step in protecting knife owners rights in Oklahoma.

Knife Rights' signature state legislation, Knife Law Preemption ensures citizens can expect consistent enforcement of state knife laws everywhere in a state. Knife Law Preemption is the essential foundation for improving knife laws and protecting knife owners. Beginning with the nation's first Knife Law Preemption bill passed in 2010 in Arizona, Knife Rights has passed Knife Law Preemption in seven states to date.

 
 
KnifeRights.org serves as the web site for both 501(c)(4) Knife Rights, Inc. and 501(c)(3) Knife Rights Foundation, Inc.  The advocacy portions of KnifeRights.org are the sole responsibility of Knife Rights, Inc.

© 2006-2013 Knife Rights, Inc. and Knife Rights
Foundation, Inc. - All rights reserved