Kansas Repeal Bill is HOUSE BILL No. 2515

HOUSE BILL No. 2515 will abolish the death penalty in Kansas and replace it with life in prison without the possibility of parole. Please mention the Bill number 2515, when you contact your legislators urging them to vote “Yes” for repeal. Click here to read the bill. Share this information with your friends and spread the word!

One Response to Kansas Repeal Bill is HOUSE BILL No. 2515
  1. Carol Tures
    April 12, 2016 | 12:57 pm

    Dear KCADP.

    I live in Nashville and have done some phone calling for you in the past.

    I have two friends who live in Kansas. I don’t know their opinion about the death penalty. I would like to contact them and have them write to their legislators to pass Bill 2515. However, I have a question: How does the Kansas process work? Are there separate bills for house and senate? Do the two houses meet together about that bill later this month if only one bill was introduced and both houses use the same number for the bill?

    I am familiar with the Texas and Tennessee procedures which apparently are different from Kansas. There, each house introduces its own bill with its differing number and the bill goes through the whole route for each house. If there is no companion bill from the other house, the measure has very little chance of passing. Please comment so I will know what to say to my friends in Kansas.

    Love and blessings,

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