The Firearms Industry Nondiscrimination Act would define as “an unlawful discriminatory practice” any refusal to do business with a person or trade association “solely because a person is engaged in the lawful commerce of firearms or ammunition products.”
The Firearms Industry Nondiscrimination Act would define as “an unlawful discriminatory practice” any refusal to do business with a person or trade association “solely because a person is engaged in the lawful commerce of firearms or ammunition products.” Mike Hutmacher The Wichita Eagle
The Firearms Industry Nondiscrimination Act would define as “an unlawful discriminatory practice” any refusal to do business with a person or trade association “solely because a person is engaged in the lawful commerce of firearms or ammunition products.” Mike Hutmacher The Wichita Eagle

Gun rights are on the minds of Kansas lawmakers

February 04, 2016 07:00 PM

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