As students marched out of classrooms across the nation to protest gun violence, Kansas Gov. Jeff Colyer signed a bill that prohibits the arming of domestic abusers.
Among other things, the bill would make gun possession illegal for someone who has been convicted of a misdemeanor for domestic violence within the last five years.
The same ban would apply to fugitives, undocumented immigrants and someone with a restraining order against them for threatening an intimate partner or their child.
The bill generated a little controversy in the Senate . . .
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