Kansas has recently flexed it's patriotic muscles by passing a law that nullifies city and county gun restrictions and ensures that it's legal to openly carry firearms across the state.
The House and Senate have approved the bill by wide margins so it's off to Rep. Gov. Sam Brownback's desk, who is a strong supporter or gun rights and is expected to sign it.
“We don't want the feds imposing their will on us. We shouldn't be doing that to the local jurisdictions,” said Rep. Carolyn Bridges, a Wichita Democrat.
Last year Kansas enacted a law that allows people with concealed-carry permits to bring their concealed weapons into public buildings, such as libraries and community centers.
Thanks for showing us how it's done Kansas….who's next?
Kansas last year enacted a law to allow people with concealed-carry permits to bring their hidden weapons into public buildings — including libraries and community centers