Kansas House Passes Kansas Laws for Kansas Courts Act 120 to 0
Kansas State Capitol in Topeka
This past week, the Kansas State House of Representatives passed its version of the American Law for American Courts legislation (ALAC) by a resounding 120 to zip vote tally. The Kansas Senate passed their version by 33 to 3. As Randy McDaniel of the ACT! Jacksonville, Florida chapter noted in an email this morning the Kansas version was analogous to the one that was not brought to the Florida Senate floor. That was due to a partisan dog-fight over non-related legislation sponsored by out-going Florida Senate President Mike Haridopolos. Haridopolos’ term in office ended with the 2012 legislative session in Tallahassee. (See our post on why the failure of the Florida ACLA law to be passed this year was not a victory for Shariah). If the Kansas version of ALAC makes it to Governor Sam Brownback’s desk for his signature and becomes enacted, it could become the fourth such law to protect Americans against the onslaught of intrusive Shariah law in our legal system. Brownback, a former US Senator, knows what Shariah seeks to accomplish against the civil and human rights of fellow Kansans and Americans given his championship of international human rights and opposition to Islamic extremism both here and abroad.