Kansas lawmakers reject gun control measures after students protest violence. Nice to see the Democrats get what they deserve for a change, which is nothing.

  • Thursday, senators voted against more than half a dozen measures, including:
  •  Prohibiting rifle purchases for people under 21
  • Imposing a three-day waiting period on some gun purchases
  •  Allowing public colleges to decide whether to allow concealed weapons
  • Making it a crime for people convicted within the past five years of a misdemeanor domestic violence offense to have a firearm.
  • Passed a bill requiring Kansas to recognize concealed-carry permits from other states

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poppajoe49
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Good to see that some politicians are using common sense.

SSGRick
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Not really they did vote to allow college geeks to set on campus gun policies. Which means no Concealed Carry on college campus.

Not so silent
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Hogg and his “Soros Tiny Tools” don’t seem to be doing well at this…