Gov. Mary Fallin of Oklahoma has decided she’s fed up with the legislature not taking on issues she wants them to address, but a pro-gun bill seems to have been caught up in their political fight.
She vetoed the nearly unanimously passed bill that mandates law enforcement sign for the transfer of any item regulated under the NFA within 15 days if the applicant is not prohibited by law from receiving it.
Fallin says that she’s going to keep vetoing bills until the House does what she wants. So, I would suggest that Oklahomans let her know that they want her to respect their rights rather than use the Second Amendment as a pawn in her negotiations with the legislature, which she is apparently vowing to continue.
UPDATE: It looks like a KnifeRights bill got caught up in Fallin’s political games, too.
Let Oklahoma Gov. Mary Hamlin know you don't appreciate her veto of HB 3367 our Knife Law Preemption bill: (405) 521-2342
— Doug Ritter (@KnifeRights) May 1, 2014