Pro-Gun Bills Pass From Kansas House To Senate

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President of the Kansas State Rifle Association (KSRA) Patricia Stoneking talks to Cam Edwards about two important pieces of legislation up from review by the State Senate. House Bill 2685, which would stipulate that public facilities posting a no-firearms rule must provide adequate security to provide for the public safety, has passed in the House but faces opposition in the Senate from business owners and university representatives. And Senate Bill 306 has passed in the House and is returning to the Senate for concurrence. The bill would remove unnecessary provisions from the current concealed carry statute and would lower the initial application and renewal fee.