Kansas House Votes for Concealed Weapons on Campus

March 25, 2010

The Kansas House of Representatives voted Wednesday to allow anyone in the state with a license to carry a concealed weapon to bring the weapon on campuses, KCTV News reported. The measure, which now moves to the Senate, has been opposed by higher education leaders, who say it would make campuses more dangerous and that they should be allowed to continue to ban concealed weapons.

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