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Kansas Governor Sam Brownback has written a letter to President Donald Trump, asking him to pardon two Kansans, whom the Obama administration’s policies abused their rights protected under both the US Constitution’s Second Amendment, as well as the Second Amendment Protection Act of Kansas.

The letter was written by Brownback in February on behalf of Shane Cox and Jeremy Kettler.

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“In November 2016, two Kansans — Shane Cox and Jeremy Kettler — were convicted of alleged federal firearms violations in the U.S. District Court of Kansas in Wichita,” Brownback wrote.  ” The charges against Cox and Kettler were in conflict with our State’s Second Amendment Protection Act, upon which these citizens relied.  Their prosecutions were initiated by  the U.S. Department of Justice during the administration of President Obama.”

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