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April 2, 2015 3:28 PM

Brownback signs bill that allows permit-free concealed carry of guns in Kansas

The new law, which kicks in July 1, makes Kansas the sixth state to allow “constitutional carry.” It will allow Kansans 21 and older to carry concealed firearms regardless of whether they have obtained a permit. Training still will be required for anyone who wants to carry a concealed gun in the 36 states that accept Kansas permits.

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