Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback has the ability to decree the Cedar Crest mansion either a public or a private space for the purposes of enforcing gun laws, depending on how the residence is being used. A new concealed carry law in the state has spurred confusion about whether the governor’s mansion is a gun-free zone.
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback has the ability to decree the Cedar Crest mansion either a public or a private space for the purposes of enforcing gun laws, depending on how the residence is being used. A new concealed carry law in the state has spurred confusion about whether the governor’s mansion is a gun-free zone.
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback has the ability to decree the Cedar Crest mansion either a public or a private space for the purposes of enforcing gun laws, depending on how the residence is being used. A new concealed carry law in the state has spurred confusion about whether the governor’s mansion is a gun-free zone.

Editorial: Can you bring a gun to the Kansas governor’s mansion? It depends

August 19, 2017 03:30 PM