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Senator Tom Coburn to testify before the Kansas House Federal and State Affairs Committee

Published in Blog on July 17, 2017 by Convention Of States Project

Former Oklahoma Senator Tom Coburn will be giving testimony before the Kansas House and Senate Federal and State Affairs Committee on Thursday, March 12, 2015, in favor of their Article V resolution calling for an Amending Convention.

Citizens are encouraged to attend the House hearing on March 12th at 9:00 a.m. (CST) in room 346 South of the Kansas State Capitol. We then are in the Senate at 10:30 (CST) in room 144 South again in the Capitol.  We're going to pack the committee room and overflow into the hallways, so you'll want to show up early to get a good seat. Don't miss this chance to witness history in the making!

If you’re unable to attend, you can still help. Contact these Kansas State Representatives and Senators today and voice your support for HCR 5010 and Senators to support SCR 1603:

Rep. Steve Brunk

Rep. Travis Couture-Lovelady

Rep. Annie Tietze

Rep. Steven Becker

Rep. John Bradford

Rep. Stephanie Clayton

Rep. Susan Concannon

Rep. Bud Estes

Rep. John Ewy

Rep. Lane Hemsley

Rep. Broderick Henderson

Rep. Brett Hildabrand

Rep. Don Hineman

Rep. Michael Houser

Rep. Dick Jones

Rep. Nancy Lusk

Rep. Janice Pauls

Rep. Marty Read

Rep. Joseph Scapa

Rep. James Todd

Rep. Kristey Williams

Rep. John Wilson

Rep. Valdenia Winn


Sen. Ralph Ostmeyer

Sen. Jacob LaTurner

Sen. Oletha Faust-Goudeau

Sen. Tom Holland

Sen. Mitch Holmes

Sen. Jeff Longbine

Sen. Robert Olson

Sen. Rick Wilborn

Sen. Kay Wolf

Simply click on their name to find their contact information.

Questions or concerns? Email David Schneider at

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