TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) – Kansans are trying to figure out how a Bill that was passed during the final hours of the legislative session will actually work.
It’s House Bill 2502 and it would allow government workers to carry concealed weapons.
House Bill 2502 was passed on Sunday. The Bill would let government workers carry a concealed weapon when they are on duty outside of the office.
Why would they need to carry a concealed weapon? Well officials say the Bill is meant to help make people feel more secure. For example, when needing to leave the office for reasons like house calls.
The Bill is now waiting for Governor Sam Brownback to sign off on it.