Gov. Sam Brownback was noncommittal Monday about what he will do with a bill passed by the Kansas Legislature that would allow public hospitals to continue banning concealed firearms.
Gov. Sam Brownback was noncommittal Monday about what he will do with a bill passed by the Kansas Legislature that would allow public hospitals to continue banning concealed firearms. hwoodall@kcstar.com Hunter Woodall
Gov. Sam Brownback was noncommittal Monday about what he will do with a bill passed by the Kansas Legislature that would allow public hospitals to continue banning concealed firearms. hwoodall@kcstar.com Hunter Woodall

Brownback says he hasn’t decided whether he’ll sign bill restricting guns in hospitals

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