Kansas Universities to Implement New Gun Law

by Admin on October 12, 2015

Universities in Kansas are studying ways to potentially implement a new law in Kansas that will allow people to carry guns on campus without a permit.

Image Credit: Mitch Barrie (Flickr)
Image Credit: Mitch Barrie (Flickr)

This has been prompted by the mass shooting at an Oregon college earlier this month.

Thai criminal attorneys Chaninat and Leeds have decades of experience handling criminal cases both in Thailand and overseas.

As Kansas City reports, The Personal and Family Protection Act (2013) overrode local gun ordinances and meant that “concealed-carry permit holders” were able to carry their weapons in almost all public buildings.

The Kansas Board of Regents is now studying ways in which people can carry guns without violating the law.

Learn more here.

Go here to learn about gun laws in Thailand, and to read Thailand’s Firearm Act.

Related video: Exploring Bangkok’s Gun Culture

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