Steve Paul

March 7, 2014 4:35 PM

For Mayor Sly James, the issue of drunks and guns presented a ‘High Noon’ moment

It was something of a “High Noon” moment when Mayor Sly James drew the line. Should drunk people be allowed to carry firearms? The state says yes, and a city attorney advised that Kansas City’s law must comply. But when it came time to vote, James rebelled, leading a 7-6 City Council tally to defy the state over a ridiculous law.

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