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Did the KS Senate OVERRIDE the Govenor???

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  1. shotgunfun

    shotgunfun TS Member

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    The House did override Sebilius about the concealed carry designation of areas by certain communities in KS......the Senate was to vote yesterday. Apparently some communities were still going to not allow concealed carry. This vote was to prevent them from circumventing the state law. Wondered if it got thru the Senate. I know the House voted with 22 votes to spare on the 2/3 majority.

    thanks.

    Lorna
     
  2. bigclown

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    According to the Kansas City Pravda...(whoops)...Star this morning the override measure passed both the House and Senate. The Govenor issued a "you'll be sorry..." statement. Ed
     
  3. shotgunfun

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    Thanks Ed. I don't take the "red" star.....lol

    glad to hear it though.

    Lorna
     
  4. Jim101

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    Here's the link to the Kansas override of the Governor's veto. It includes some of the details of the legislation also.





    Jim
     
  5. bt99bill

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    Thats great.
     
  6. recurvyarcher

    recurvyarcher Well-Known Member

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    Martin says that Sebelius will probably not get re-elected after this.
     
  7. shotgunfun

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    HI! Curvy.....I would have to agree with Martin. I saw Greg the other day and he said you two are in PA. Are you guys going to MO?? I saw Martin is presquadded....so I think he is....are you? what about the Open?

    Lorna
     
  8. recurvyarcher

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    hahahhhaa! Martin won't be voting in Kansas anymore, I don't think. He has become an official resident of Glenville, PA. And he has TWO women with whom to contend. I don't think he minds very much. :) It's my cooking that did the trick, I think.

    He is actually in Kansas saying goodbye to everyone this week. Catch him if you can. We'll be making periodic trips to see family and friends, though. We will be at the Kansas State shoot. We'll be there the whole week. I am not familiar with the names of the shoots, so I will have to defer the questions to my Hunny.

    Can't WAIT to see you guys again!
     
  9. Jim101

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    Curvy, That must be some really special cooking to make a fellow pack up and move all the way to Pa. Care to share some of the recipes?





    Jim
     
  10. recurvyarcher

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    Ok, Jim. I just hope that Martin doesn't leave me when he gets to taste Mr. Charles' food at the Grand.

    Here's one I made for Martin that you can try. Pretty easy...


    4 thick-cut pork chops

    1 C mayonaise

    2T chipotle chili powder

    salt to taste

    2T fresh squeezed lime juice

    1T chopped fresh cilantro

    2 cloves fresh garlic, finely chopped.


    Mix up everything except for the Pork Chops. Bake pork chops at 350 degrees, basting with above mixture until pork chops are done.

    Or you can grill these on the grill.

    I served it with home made mashed potatoes and steamed fresh veggies.

    I can start a recipe of the week thread, if you like. We have some surprisingly good cooks on this forum...especially Quack Shot and Mr. Charles.
     
  11. Jim101

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    I think a recipe of the week thread would be cool. I do like trying new dishes.





    Jim
     
  12. recurvyarcher

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    OK, watch for it on Sundays then!
     
  13. Jawhawker

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    Here's one for the "REDNECKS" among us!

    Dunk a Trunk Elephant Stew

    Serves 3800 hungry people
    Prep time: 90 days

    1 med. size elephant
    2 small rabbits (optional)
    salt and pepper
    brown gravy (lots of it)

    Cut elephant into small bite-size pieces. This will take about two months. Reserve the trunk, you will need something to store the pieces in. Add enough brown gravy to cover. Cook over kerosene fire for about 4 weeks at 465 degrees. This will serve about 3800 people. If more are expected, add the two rabbits. But do this only if necessary, as most people do not like hair in their stew!
     
  14. recurvyarcher

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    And Pheasantmaster actually cooks really well...LOL!!!
     
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