Mary Sanchez

July 31, 2014 8:20 PM

Loose gun laws arm bad guys as well as good guys

Lots of people in Kansas City are known by police for their affiliations with drugs and other crimes. But they don’t have a felony conviction that would ban them from gun ownership. By making it easier for anyone to openly carry a weapon, politicians are encouraging these sorts too.

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