Politics & Government

April 24, 2014 5:11 PM

New Kansas gun law deals with drunken possession

Kansas’ new gun rights law contains provisions meant to clarify that it’s illegal to carry or use a loaded firearm while drunk or under the influence of drugs, changes that its chief legislative sponsor said Thursday represent a significant public safety advance.

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