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Kansas House could debate guns at colleges, hospitals


TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Opponents of concealed carry at Kansas hospitals and universities hope an eleventh-hour gun debate will give them a chance to change the law that's set kick in this summer.

Some lawmakers started an effort in January to roll back the controversial concealed carry policy, but several bills never got a vote or were voted down in committees.

House members could hash out the options in a floor debate if they approve a motion to put another gun bill on the debate calendar. The bill would require Kansas recognize concealed carry permits from other states. It doesn't address...

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