Saturday, September 18

Concealed carry in Kansas public buildings

From Kansas Senator Forrest Knox, a discussion of recently-passed handgun legislation:

Senator Forrest Knox (R-Altoona) and many other members of the Kansas legislature worked for several years to address security in public buildings. These efforts have culminated with the passage of Senate Substitute for HB 2052, which becomes law on July 1, 2013. Currently much discussion and action is being taken across the state by municipalities with regard to security in their buildings. Please find below clarification of the intent and content of the new law.

The full document is here, or below.