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Kansas: Senate Committee to Consider Legislation Containing Hostile Amendment

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  • Kansas: Senate Committee to Consider Legislation Containing Hostile Amendment

    Tomorrow the Kansas Senate Federal and State Affairs Committee is scheduled to consider House Bill 2042. This is the letter we sent Senator Longbine and all the other committee members. I would urge you to checkout all the links and contact all the committee members as well as your representatives.
    Dear Senator Longbine,
    We respectfully ask that you support HB 2042 WITHOUT the Aurand amendment. Adding this amendment can
    have the unintended consequence of Kansas losing recognition of our license in states that require "true " reciprocity.
    By having to have a license issued by only the OAG of Kansas to conceal carry on college campuses then people/ students
    from other states who have licenses would not be able to carry on Kansas college campuses. Assistant AG Klebe addressed the
    problem last year in his testimony in support of the original HB 2042 last February. See below:

    The bill without Representative Aurand's amendment will clarify matters and has the support of the OAG in it's
    original form. This bill would also restrict the rights of any Kansan who is legally allowed to carry without a permit
    since the law was changed in 2015.

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