Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt signed a flurry of new laws this week, signifying a half-dozen policy wins for Republicans – including a heartbeat abortion ban and making the Sooner State a Second Amendment sanctuary.
Four new bills he signed crack down on abortions – a fifth honors the Second Amendment and a sixth makes it harder for cities to defund their police departments.
Stitt had promised on the campaign trail to sign any pro-life legislation that reached his desk and tweeted Tuesday that he is “proud to be called the most pro-life governor…”
S.B. 631 reaffirms in state law that the Second Amendment right to bear arms “shall not be infringed” by federal, state or local authorities.
Over the weekend, Montana Gov. Greg Gianforte signed a similar sanctuary bill in his state, aimed at protecting residents from any new federal firearm regulations or bans. Read more…