Kansas bill would allow teachers and other school staffers to carry concealed guns

New legislation would allow Kansas teachers to carry concealed guns.

Kansas lawmakers are considering a bill that would allow teachers and other staff to carry concealed guns in schools.

The House Committee on Insurance will have a hearing on the bill Tuesday. The bill will have to pass through the Kansas House and Senate, and then go to the governor for approval. If passed, the bill would take effect by Jan. 1, 2019.

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