The bill, as it passed the House, would make it a crime in Kansas for a person to possess a firearm if they were convicted of a misdemeanor domestic violence offense within the last five years.
The bill, as it passed the House, would make it a crime in Kansas for a person to possess a firearm if they were convicted of a misdemeanor domestic violence offense within the last five years. Bigstock
The bill, as it passed the House, would make it a crime in Kansas for a person to possess a firearm if they were convicted of a misdemeanor domestic violence offense within the last five years. Bigstock

Domestic violence gun bill stalls in Kansas: 'Just letting it sit there for a while'

March 08, 2018 04:33 PM