As lawmakers look poised to loosen the state’s gun rules yet again, Gov. Sam Brownback has been trying to lure gun makers to Kansas, urged on by conservative lawmakers who believe that easing gun restrictions could make the state more attractive to manufacturers under legislative assault elsewhere.
As lawmakers look poised to loosen the state’s gun rules yet again, Gov. Sam Brownback has been trying to lure gun makers to Kansas, urged on by conservative lawmakers who believe that easing gun restrictions could make the state more attractive to manufacturers under legislative assault elsewhere. Mike Hutmacher The Wichita Eagle
As lawmakers look poised to loosen the state’s gun rules yet again, Gov. Sam Brownback has been trying to lure gun makers to Kansas, urged on by conservative lawmakers who believe that easing gun restrictions could make the state more attractive to manufacturers under legislative assault elsewhere. Mike Hutmacher The Wichita Eagle

Increasingly gun-friendly Kansas is on the hunt for makers of firearms

January 31, 2015 5:48 PM