Oklahoma Makes Red Flag Laws Illegal Under New Bill, Effective Immediately

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Oklahoma Governor Stitt signed a bill into law that effectively bans any type of Red Flag Law in the State.

Senate Bill 108, called the Anti red Flag Bill, allows for people to maintain control over their firearms if a complaint is brought against them.

This was done mainly to cover hearsay and incidents where there is no present danger.

In Stephens County, Sheriff Wayne McKinney said he wants to make it clear that this doesn’t impact state statutes already in place… ones that protect a family from real danger.

“We have protective orders that if we feel if someone is a danger to themselves, or extreme danger to their family, and they have weapons, the judge can issue a protective order, and we can remove those,” said Stephens County Sheriff Wayne McKinney.

via kswo.com

The bill was signed into law by the Governor and went into effect immediately.

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