Visitors to the Kansas Statehouse will be able to bring concealed firearms starting July 1, House and Senate leaders confirmed Thursday.
Visitors to the Kansas Statehouse will be able to bring concealed firearms starting July 1, House and Senate leaders confirmed Thursday. File illustration
Visitors to the Kansas Statehouse will be able to bring concealed firearms starting July 1, House and Senate leaders confirmed Thursday. File illustration

Statehouse visitors can bring concealed firearms next month

June 19, 2014 12:11 PM

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