In Pittsburg, Kansas within a month when the new state law goes into effect, many public buildings may be opened up to concealed firearms. The state legislature passed a law, requiring public facilities to open up to concealed carry unless there is “adequate security.” In this case, “adequate security” has been often been interpreted to mean a metal detector and a security guard.
Many municipalities have taken advantage of one of the temporary exemptions in the law, giving them a six-month exemption (ending Jan. 2014) to review security plans. During that time, if municipalities complete a security plan and provide “adequate security” to their buildings, they can receive a four-year exemption from the concealed carry law.
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In Pittsburg, Kansas within a month when the new state law goes into effect, many…
by Personal Defense World / Dec 2, 2013