Gov. Sam Brownback signed bipartisan legislation Thursday adding Kansas to the short list of states allowing unlicensed possession of concealed firearms and eliminating a weapons training mandate for people to carry hidden guns. He held a press conference later in the day that touched heavily on taxes and the state’s budget problems.
Gov. Sam Brownback signed bipartisan legislation Thursday adding Kansas to the short list of states allowing unlicensed possession of concealed firearms and eliminating a weapons training mandate for people to carry hidden guns. He held a press conference later in the day that touched heavily on taxes and the state’s budget problems. Thad Allton AP
Gov. Sam Brownback signed bipartisan legislation Thursday adding Kansas to the short list of states allowing unlicensed possession of concealed firearms and eliminating a weapons training mandate for people to carry hidden guns. He held a press conference later in the day that touched heavily on taxes and the state’s budget problems. Thad Allton AP

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