Kansas Senate to vote on gun bill

Kansas soon could be inching closer to allowing concealed weapons into some public places such as schools and colleges.

The Senate is expected to take final action today on legislation that would allow employees of public schools and colleges to carry concealed weapons into those buildings and on campuses. If approved the bill would go back to the House, which earlier in the session approved legislation.

The only way local governments could restrict people who have state concealed-carry permits from bringing weapons into those public buildings is if those places already have implemented security measures.


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