In Kansas the Leavenworth County Commission seeks an exemption allowing the county to continue prohibiting concealed firearms in public buildings.
Commissioners voted to obtain the four-year exemption from a state law, that requires cities and counties to allow concealed firearms in public buildings unless adequate security measures are in place.

The law applies only in cases in which people have valid permits to carry concealed firearms. The law went into effect this summer, but Leavenworth County already has an exemption through the end of the year.

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