Kansas lawmakers advance concealed gun bill, reject NRA plan
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TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas legislators advanced a bill Thursday to keep concealed guns out of public hospitals and mental health centers after rejecting a narrower proposal from the National Rifle Association. The Senate approved the measure, 24-16, and the bill goes next to the House. Several senators said Republican Gov. Sam Brownback, a strong gun-rights supporter, would veto it, but the governor declined to say what language he supports. The bill is a response to a midsummer deadline to […]

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