Churches, restaurants, libraries, shopping centers and other public places where people gather can post this universal no concealed weapons sign. But it may be largely ignored particularly in states like Kansas, where starting July 1 people will be able to carry concealed weapons without permits or training.
Churches, restaurants, libraries, shopping centers and other public places where people gather can post this universal no concealed weapons sign. But it may be largely ignored particularly in states like Kansas, where starting July 1 people will be able to carry concealed weapons without permits or training. . .
Churches, restaurants, libraries, shopping centers and other public places where people gather can post this universal no concealed weapons sign. But it may be largely ignored particularly in states like Kansas, where starting July 1 people will be able to carry concealed weapons without permits or training. . .

Gun goes off in church, raising possibility of such shootings in Kansas with new liberal concealed weapons law

April 07, 2015 11:49 AM

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