It again is both my personal privilege and sacrifice to serve the citizens in the House of Delegates District #59 (portions of Berkeley and Morgan counties) of the West Virginia State Legislature.
During the legislative session, thousands of legislative proposals (bills) will be introduced but only a couple of hundred of them actually will be heard by a legislative committee, pass both the House of Delegates and State Senate, and be signed into law by our Governor.
Legislative committee deliberation and approval are the key gateway to the passage of any legislation into law
I serve on the House of Delegates Judiciary, Industry & Labor, and the Technology & Infrastructure committees.
As always, I continue to stand up and speak out on behalf of more taxpayer friendly and less intrusive government, based on our divinely inspired rights and responsibilities of our Constitution.
To that end, I am a staunch supporter of our 2nd Amendment right to bear arms, personal property rights, individual liberty, and pro-life family values.
So far, during this 2020 legislative session, I have introduced 44 legislative bills.
For example, this week I sponsored and voted for HB 4007 ("Born Alive" Survivors Protection Act), which protects the lives of children who survive botched abortions. HB 4007 passed the House of Delegates on Wednesday, January 15th, 2020.
I am a sponsor of HB 4133, to provide more citizen friendly driver's license application options under the federally mandated "REAL ID" act.
I also am a sponsor of HB 4376, which would prohibit municipalities from limiting our 2nd Amendment rights.
More information on my positions on West Virginia good governance is available at www.LarryKump.com.
Constituents also are invited to telephone me directly at my State Capitol office, (304) 340-3122.
There is more to come, and may God bless you all real good!🤗