Amendments stall Kansas domestic violence gun bill
March 11, 2018
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — A Kansas bill that would make it a crime for people recently convicted of a misdemeanor domestic violence offense to have a firearm has stalled in the state Senate.
The bill unanimously passed the House last month but has stalled after the Senate's Federal and State Affairs Committee amended language regarding silencers and throwing stars, The Kansas City Star reported .
"Everybody wants the foundation bill, but I don't want any more amendments on it," said Senate Majority Leader Jim Denning, R-Overland Park.
The Senate version only makes possessing a throwing star a c...
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