After guns were banned from the Capitol, Rep. Nick Marshall placed a sign on his door offering to lend guns to visiting constituents who have concealed-carry permits.
After guns were banned from the Capitol, Rep. Nick Marshall placed a sign on his door offering to lend guns to visiting constituents who have concealed-carry permits. Jason Hancock jhancock@kcstar.com
After guns were banned from the Capitol, Rep. Nick Marshall placed a sign on his door offering to lend guns to visiting constituents who have concealed-carry permits. Jason Hancock jhancock@kcstar.com

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