In November, a ballot amendment will be put to voters in Kansas concerning language in the state's constitution pertaining to gun rights. Due to a 1905 decision by the Kansas Supreme Court, the constitution currently reads that the right to keep and bear arms is a collective right. The amendment would clarify that an individual person has the right to own guns for any lawful purpose. Cam Edwards speaks with Patricia Stoneking of the Kansas State Rifle Association who says that there has been little opposition to the ballot initiative. Originally aired 10/26/2010.