KS: FIND ACT has its First Committee Hearing Soon!
The Firearms Industry Nondiscrimination (FIND) ACT, or SB 482, is an attempt to discourage corporate discrimination against the firearm industry. It would require companies to certify that they do not discriminate against firearms in any of their policies before they enter into contracts with government entities.
Contact your State Senator to tell them that you don’t want them handing your taxpayer dollars to anti-gun Wall Street corporations seeking to destroy your rights. And tell them to support the FIND ACT, SB 482, to secure the inherent freedoms of the citizens of Kansas from banking discrimination!
The Obama Regime sought to implement this back door gun control by attacking private businesses through the banking system. Operation Chokepoint formalized the discrimination in the form of an effort by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and the Department of Justice to stop financial institutions from offering banking services to industries that the administration deemed undesirable. Operating under those guidelines, the FDIC re-categorized federally licensed firearm retailers and other related companies in the firearm and ammunition trade as risky businesses without any evidence to support their assertions. These businesses are already languishing under some of the most onerous regulations in the nation.
Since the inauguration of Biden as president, financial institutions have resumed their effort to discriminate against this traditional American industry. The FIND ACT would enable Kansas officials to tell financial institutions that it is unjust to discriminate against an industry that supports citizen’s God-given right to safeguard life, liberty, and property with commonly held arms.
Ultimately, SB 482 is about protecting small business owners from unjust regulations, as well as safeguarding the ability of the citizens of Kansas to purchase tools and accoutrement that enable them to exercise their God-given right to preserve life with commonly held arms.