Kansas Governor Signs Bill To Expand Carry Rights

posted on May 17, 2016

Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback on Friday signed into law a measure that would loosen restrictions on public employees carrying concealed firearms for self-defense.

Under the measure, firefighters, code inspectors, tax auditors and other public employees will no longer be prohibited from carrying concealed handguns while engaged in workplace duties in the community.

The measure, which will stop city, county and state government from making personnel policies restricting the carrying of concealed firearms, will take effect on July 1.


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