Kansas lawmakers approve concealed carry without permit

by AP WIRE & MARY PULLEY  |  published on March 26, 2015

A proposal to allow Kansas residents to carry concealed firearms without a permit has won final approval from the Legislature.

The measure was headed Wednesday to Republican Gov. Sam Brownback even though some lawmakers having misgivings that the state would no longer require training to carry concealed.

The National Rifle Association says Kansas would become the fifth state to allow concealed carry without a permit everywhere within its borders.

The House approved the bill, 85-39. The Senate passed the measure last month, but House members made a technical change that senators had to review. Senators signed off on the minor revision, 31-8.

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