Gun control continues to spread to "free" states...
Via KC Star:
Under a law passed in 2013, hospitals that include the University of Kansas Health System in Kansas City, Kan., would be forced to allow concealed handguns starting in July unless they put certain security measures in place.
But the Senate voted 24 to 16 to let public hospitals continue to be exempted from the law.
“It’s the safest thing for patients,” said Sen. Barbara Bollier, a Mission Hills Republican. “Which should always be what our number one priority is.”
The Kansas House then signed off on the bill on a 91 to 33 vote and sent the legislation to Gov. Sam Brownback.
“I’m not asking you to abandon your long held principles about guns, I’m just not,” Rep. Kathy Wolfe Moore, a Kansas City, Kan., Democrat told lawmakers during the House debate. “I’m asking you to recognize that there are some places where guns just don’t belong.”
It isn’t clear what Brownback will do with the bill, which he can either veto, sign or let become law without his signature.
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