The Kansas House Committee on Federal and State Affairs has passed Senate Bill 45, permitless carry. It now moves to the full House for a vote. SB 45 would expand the rights of lawful gun owners to carry concealed without the requirement of a concealed carry handgun license. The current permit process would remain, allowing state-to-state reciprocity agreements to continue. Patricia Stoneking, president of the Kansas State Rifle Association, explains that the bill has already passed the Senate, and she is confident that it will pass the House. Originally aired on the Sportsman Channel 03/17/15.