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    Kansas Lawmakers Who Voted YES on NDAA - Indefinite Military Detention

    H.R. 1540: National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012

    Oath Keepers Launches Effort to Recall Members of Congress Who Voted for NDAA - Indefinite Military Detention

    In response to the recent passage of the NDAA, Oath Keepers announced a national effort to recall every member of the House and Senate who voted for it.

    Govtrack DNAA Rollcall


    KS-2 Jenkins, Lynn [R]
    KS-3 Yoder, Kevin [R]
    KS-4 Pompeo, Mike [R]


    KS Roberts, Pat [R]

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    Glad to see that my rep, Paul-endorsed Tim Huelskamp, and the senator he replaced, Jerry Moran, didn't vote for that.

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    Yoder... that guy has got to go. Traitor

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    Moran is a very questionable candidate as well.

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