Kansas plan to shield gun owners

Kansas authorities would arrest and prosecute any federal authorities trying to regulate or confiscate firearms manufactured and owned in Kansas, under a bill discussed by a House panel Tuesday.
Gun-ownership advocates pleaded with members of the Republican-dominated House Federal and State Affairs Committee to approve the bill to protect Kansans from what they see as potentially unconstitutional laws being discussed in Washington.  House Bill 2199 declares that firearms, firearm accessories and ammunition manufactured and owned in Kansas can't be subject to any potential federal laws. Read more [Thanks ECS]