Civil Asset Forfeiture legislation needs to be reformed in order to protect innocent people from having their property subject to legal theft by the state without due process. R3publicans (R3s) are working to help Oklahomans learn about this issue and what they can do to help reform the current law. The senate author of the bill to reform Civil Asset Forfeiture law in OK (SB-838) is Senator Kyle Loveless. Our hope is that public support for reform will be strong enough to ensure that this bill is heard in the upcoming legislative session and ultimately passed and signed into law. Civil Asset Forfeiture Reform is an issue everyone can get behind regardless of political leaning.
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Kenny Bob Tapp
As an Oklahoman, Kenny Bob Tapp is passionate about fighting for the unalienable right to life of the unborn, the right to keep and bear arms, the right to unregulated private property ownership, and reducing the size of government, thus reducing taxation and spending. To effect these Oklahoma values, he believes it is citizen legislators and statesmen, rather than career politicians, that will do it. It is his belief that in protecting the unalienable rights given to us by the Creator, the basics for government as found in the Constitution, and the basics for personal responsibility as found in the 10 Commandments. Kenny Bob Tapp and his wife Rachel work on their family ranch in Northern Cimarron County in the OK Panhandle. Tapp is a Oklahoma Panhandle 4th generation rancher. His great Grandfather Edmond Pendleton Tapp bought their ranch in the 50's and soon turned it into a Beefmaster cow/calf operation which is continued to this day. Kenny Bob Tapp was a 2012 Republican National Delegate in Tampa, Florida, Past Cimarron County Republican Chairman (2009-2013) and Former Republican Candidate for Sate House District 61 (2014). Kenny Bob has been involved in fighting for Pro-Life, Property Rights, 2nd Amendment issues as an involved citizen for many years. Kenny Bob Tapp for Tapp into Common Sense